DMC’s special edition program for the Lamborghini Aventador may be getting all of the buzz, but don’t sleep on the German aftermarket company’s ability to multitask when they’re tuning vehicles.
That’s exactly the case now because, in addition to the Aventador, DMC’s also working on a new iteration of a previous program for another Italian supercar: the Ferrari F430 Scuderia. The project is called Carbonio, and as the name evidently suggests, it involves the prevalent use of carbon fiber in dressing up the F430 Scuderia.
The photos DMC released don’t paint the entire picture of the soon-to-be carbon-fiber-clad supercar. There are hints of what to expect, particularly the entire front bumper, which has already been fitted with carbon fiber. Notice also the front lip, called "the Sword,” that you can fit into the front bumper.
There’s still more details left to be discussed, but it seems that DMC is keeping all the info to itself until the entire project is completed. Either way, we expect a whole lot more, especially with the F430 Scuderia’s 4.3-liter V8 engine. We already love its 483 horsepower and 343 pound-feet of torque numbers, but we’d love to see some output spikes on this Italian bad boy, too. We’ll see if DMC delivers the goods or not soon enough.