German aftermarket tuner DMC has long been known for its transformation of various premium luxury cars like Aston Martins, Lamborghinis, and Ferraris. Its latest creation focuses on the Maserati brand’s latest super sportscar: the MC20.
DMC first got its hands on a Maserati back in 2011, when it created the GranTurismo “Sovrano”. Fast forward to today, the Sovrano name returns on the MC20 and showcases yet again that DMC has excellent knowledge when it comes to customizing high-end Italian sports cars.
Looking at these 3D models of the Sovrano, DMC has created a new front bumper with discreet GT3-styled air intakes. The new design instantly gives the car a sportier look and adds a carbon fiber grille with the famous “trident” badge prominently front and center. The addition of more air intakes allows the new lightweight hood to help regulate airflow and cooling through the car.
At the rear of the vehicle, is a new DMC carbon fiber rear wing design. Not only does it provide a sportier aesthetic, but is fully functional and works in conjunction with the new carbon fiber diffuser for additional downforce on the track.
DMC also uses a progressive sports suspension on the front and rear axles, which lowers the vehicle’s center of gravity by around 1.18 additional inches. For added grip, the MC20 Sovrano features 255/30R20 rubber up front and 305/30R21 in the rear.
Available on both Maserati MC20 and MC20 Cielo models, not only does the functional body kit help with performance, by DMC has worked its magic under the rear hood as well. A performance-optimized ECU, an air filter with increased airflow, and a sports exhaust system improve the performance of the twin-turbo Nettuno V6 engine by an amazing 94 horsepower and 79 ft.-lbs., pushing the output to 715 horsepower and 476 ft.-lbs. of torque.
We have also been told that DMC will upgrade the interior of the MC20 as well, and offer customers a personal touch. DMC uses its own leather on the seats which are of higher quality and is more resistant yet softer. A checked stitching pattern also will give the interior a more elegant and sporty feel. There will also be a special set of aluminum pedals and a new ergonomically designed sports steering wheel to help enhance the already sporty look of the monocoque.
DMC has yet to release pricing, but we expect there will be a hefty premium for the Sovrano package considering its content.