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DMC Reveals 590 HP Sovrano Maserati GranTurismo

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German luxury tuner DMC are always on top of the situation, releasing fresh designs and bolds color combinations. This time, they’ve turned their attention to Maserati’s two-door marvel. The project is actually based on the MC Stradale version of the car that was unveiled at last year’s Paris Auto Show, and we’re already familiar with the project as it was previewed on James List last year, but the new Malta blue color works brilliantly to add extra color and flair.

The company’s kit actually allows you to do one of two things, either upgrade your MC Stradale, if you’re cool enough to have one, or turn your regular GranTurismo into a MC Stradale, if you can’t stand the thought of not owning one.

At the front, the front bumper gives the GT an all new aggressive presentation, thanks to a new spoiler lip that also serves an aerodynamic use to increase downforce. Additional air inlets and outlets enable the new light-construction bonnet to keep the big V8 cool and crisp.

The dynamic appearance is also enhanced with the Wide Body side skirts. The trunk spoiler at the back and a whole new rear diffuser complete the sporty look.

However, there’s no bragging rights if you don’t bring extra power. The regular GT has 420 hp, while the Stradale offers 450, but DMC can give you much, much more. The 4.7-liter has been supercharged and is now capable of pushing out 590 horsepower at 7,300 rpm and 472 NM or torque at 5,400 rpm.

If a snazzy interior is also on your shopping list, than you can opt for DMC’s “finest materials which have been processed in traditional top-quality craftsmanship.” We love the look of the carbon fiber buckets and those aluminum pedals.
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About the author: Mihnea Radu
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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