German tuner DMC is responsible for the creation of some of the most influential aftermarket programs seen in the past few years. However, the rendering it has done for the Ferrari LaFerrari just took the creativity to whole new level.
They may have just outdone themselves with the 2014 DMC Ferrari LaFerrari FXXR. It is described as the fastest it has ever built.
|Vehicle Type: Coupe||Base Price: $1,000,000|
|Length: 185.1 in. (470.2 cm)||Wheel Base: 104.3 in. (265 cm)|
|Height: 43.9 in. (111.6 cm)||Width: 78.4 in. (199.2 cm)|
|Luggage Capacity: NA||Maximum Seating: 2 people|
|Engine: V12 Hybrid||Displacement: 6.3 Liter|
|Horsepower: 949 HP||Electric Motor Output: 120 kW (161 HP)|
|Torque: 664 lb-ft||Transmission: 7-Speed DCT|
|0-60 mph: 3.0 seconds||Maximum Speed: 217 mph (349 km/h)|
Engine & Performance
Little has come from DMC about the engine, other than a race-inspired exhaust. However, it is expected that the car will retain the hybrid system that combines a 6.3 liter, V12 engine with its electric motor.
The exhaust system may actually drive the LaFerrari to 963 horsepower and more than 663 lb-ft of torque. The coupe may sprint from 0 to 60 in less than 3 seconds, 0 to 124 mph in less than 7 seconds and 0 to 186 in less than 15 seconds.
DMC took the liberty of putting in aerodynamic components that add to the visual appeal of the car and helps enhance the carâ€™s performance and handling capabilities.
Up front, the vertical center fin on the bumper and lower horizontal fin are all gone. They have been replaced by a pair of carbon-fiber air intakes with a V-shape angle.
The line of the large central air vent on front hood has been extended to make it more aesthetically appealing. The door inset gets a black finish with multiple air intakes fitted to the doors.
Along the side, vertical fins helps keep the vehicle stable at high speeds. In the rear, a clear carbon-fiber rear wing, done in a smoked black-finish, enhances the overall look of the vehicle.