Maserati GT Sovrano by DMC


It is clear that DMC wanted to create a cool car here. You can say because of the name, Sovrano!

So they picked up a Maserati GranTurismo and instead of going nuts with carbon fiber like Mansory usually does, they’ve used a subtle but very nice body kit.

It comes with side skirts, rather wide ones, new front spoiler for a bigger mouth, a vented bonnet, a carbon rear diffuser and a carbon rear spoiler. They’re all very well composed and put together. The special color combination on this one is also very cool.

Thanks to DMC new motor-engineering partner in Switzerland, the engine  work is not simply done by ECU improvement, but by physically enlarging  the engine. Under the hood, the 4.7-litre V8 is now more potent thanks  to a supercharger that is driven by a cogged-tooth belt. Thanks to this  upgrade the DMC Maserati is able to produce an additional 150 HP (110  kW) and 82 Nm, which means it can unleash a total of 590 HP (434 kW) @  7300 rpm and 472 Nm of torque @ 5400 rpm.

On the interior,  DMC only uses the finest materials which have been  processed in traditional top-quality craftsmanship. It adds individual  character and improves the strong connection between the driver and his  car. The leather used by DMC for the interior is hard-wearing yet  exceptionally soft. The chequered stitch in the ornamental seams on the  inside makes for elegance as well as sportiness. Wherever you look.

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