DMC, a German tuning company, has released renderings of its planned modifications to Ferrari's Purosangue model. The Purosangue, which Ferrari insists is neither an SUV nor a crossover, is set to begin delivery to customers early next year.
DMC's creation will be slightly wider than the standard Purosangue, thanks to extended fenders and front and rear spoilers. The tuner says that the Purosangue “is very agile but its look lacks a bit of spice”, so it wanted to “add a bit more sport” to the performance SUV.
The tuning company will also offer a carbon hood and rear diffuser, with buyers able to choose between matte or gloss black finishes. DMC has also prepared a set of 24-inch reinforced rims for the Purosangue, as well as an open adaptive titanium exhaust system from German company ZESAD.
The Purosangue is powered by a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine, producing 725 horsepower. An 8-speed automatic transmission distributes power to all four wheels, allowing the vehicle to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 3.3 seconds and reach a top speed of 310 km/h.
Demand for the Purosangue has reportedly exceeded all expectations, leading Ferrari to temporarily suspend orders as it has already sold the predicted number of copies for the next two years. Ferrari's Purosangue is the latest in a line of lifted luxury vehicles, following models from Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Bentley, and Porsche.
These vehicles offer buyers the combination of performance and off-road capability, appealing to a growing market of wealthy individuals looking for versatile vehicles for both city and off-road driving. DMC's modifications will likely appeal to Purosangue buyers looking for a more aggressive and distinctive appearance for their vehicle.
DMC is no stranger to modifying high-performance vehicles, having previously worked on Lamborghini, McLaren, and other luxury sports cars. The company's expertise in carbon fiber and other materials allows it to create unique and visually striking modifications while maintaining the performance and handling of the original vehicle.
DMC's modifications to the Purosangue are expected to be available soon after the standard model begins delivery to customers.