The German tuner DMC offers a variety of improvements for the Maserati MC20 supercar. This mod improves both the vehicle's aesthetics and performance.
The supercar's exterior now features fresh DMC bodywork. New front fenders, inspired by the GT3, are included in the package. Additionally, the Maserati MC20 gets redesigned side sills, a carbon fiber radiator grille, and more air vents to help control the temperature of the engine.
The most striking feature is the massive DMC carbon-fiber rear wing, which rests atop forged aluminum legs. There is new carbon fiber in the diffuser and rear apron as well. It's only a minor modification, but it gives the Maserati MC20 supercar a more racing-oriented look.
The 3.0 liter twin-turbocharged Nettuno V6 motor, which powers the vehicle, is also tuned by DMC. With a new electronic control unit (ECU), clean air filter, and sports exhaust system, the factory's 621 horsepower and 538 pound-feet of torque are increased to 705 horsepower and 646 pound-feet of torque, respectively.
Additionally, DMC mounts PUR Wheels 20- and 21-inch forged wheels. The interior of the tuned Maserati MC20 was topped off with the tuner's very own type of upholstery. The tuner has worked on Maseratis before. Gran Turismo Sorvano was DMC's first Maserati modification back in 2011.