Ferrari F12 Berlinetta SPIA Looks "Eccellente" in Hong Kong

German supercar tuner DMC just shared photos of one of their most recent project cars, a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta which sports their carbon fiber bodykit with pride in Hong Kong.
Ferrari F12 Berlinetta SPIA in Hong KongFerrari F12 Berlinetta SPIA in Hong KongFerrari F12 Berlinetta SPIA in Hong KongFerrari F12 Berlinetta SPIA in Hong Kong
As it was, the F12 was a great car to draw attention, even in the richest district of the city, but DMC's work adds a little bit of extra zing to the mixture without overpowering the taste.

This white F12 is the fourth car we know of that wears the SPIA package, the others generally popping up in the Middle East. All the mighty Berlinettas have been gifted with a carbon fiber splitter at the front, a hood, roof scoop, side skirts and rear diffuser. Final cosmetic touches include new 21-inch front and 22-inch rear wheels with Pirelli Sport tires.

You can order just the cosmetic goodies, but DMC will also offer you upgraded mechanicals that allow the V12 to sing to the tune of 766 hp instead of the standard 740 hp. The tuner says this is enough to increase the top speed from 211 mph (340 km/h) to 220 mph (354 km/h).

The SPIA package is finalized with interior refinements using Italian leathers and carbon finer. Plenty of buttons and trims pieces are available as a small package, a redesigned steering wheel is added for the medium package or the whole interior can be redone for customers with large wallets and even larger personalities. Small and medium Projects can be done remotely, but the car needs to be shipped to Germany if a VIP treatment is required.
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