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DMC, a German aftermarket specialist, has released a new set of upgrades for the Maserati MC20 supercar. It’s not a huge improvement, but it improves the car’s looks and modifies the powertrain, producing more horsepower and torque than the stock model. It’s a subtle and sporty upgrade that helps the eye-catching MC20 stand out from the crowd.
The supercar receives new DMC bodywork. The kit includes new front fenders with GT3-style vents on top. It also gets a carbon fibre radiator grille, new side sills, and more air inlets and outlets to help regulate the temperature of the engine compartment.
The large DMC carbon-fiber rear wing with forged aluminium legs commands the most attention at the back. A new rear apron and diffuser inlay are also made of carbon fibre. It’s a subtle change that gives the sleek supercar a racing look.
DMC also improves the powertrain, which is a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged Nettuno V6 engine. The stock output is 621 horsepower (463 kilowatts) and 538 pound-feet (729 Newton-meters) of torque, but a new ECU, a new air filter, and a sports exhaust system boost the output to 705 horsepower (525 kW) and 646 pound-feet (875 Nm).
A sports suspension upgrade is also available for the Maserati. It reduces the centre of gravity of the vehicle by about 30 millimetres (1.2 inches). DMC also replaces the supercar’s wheels with staggered 20- and 21-inch forged wheels from Canada’s PUR Wheels. The interior was finished in the tuner’s own brand of upholstery.
Maserati waded back into the supercar market with the MC20. It debuted over two years ago and spawned the convertible version earlier this year. The Cielo recently made its debut in the US at The Quail during Monterey Car Week.
DMC’s first Maserati was the Gran Turismo “Sorvano” back in 2011, just after its 2009 founding. Since then, the specialist has tuned Roll-Royces, Ferraris, and many others, and we hope to see DMC work on future Maserati models as the company revamps its lineup under the new Stellantis conglomerate.
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