DMC Luxury is a premier tuner that focuses on the architecture and interior of high end supercars. They look for the designs that manufacturers label as “perfect,” and they make it better. They have experience that dates back for years prior to the start of DMC Luxury, and plan to provide exclusive business to customers for years to come. By the looks of the HS-12, a modified McLaren MP4-12C, extreme success is an understatement of what their future holds.
Most of the body kit is carbon fiber, among with other fine materials. The face of the car has had the “smiling face” removed and an aggressive counterpart dropped in as its replacement. The result is night and day, but not only does this new look hold the styling one may hope to find on their McLaren, but it’s also functional and improves performance.
The front lip improves down-pressure on the front axle, while the flaps found on each side supply extra pressure between the axles for enhanced road stability. The rear wing has been improved with a new design that DMC says won’t cause airflow disruption, but will also improve the overall aerodynamic capabilities. As the evaluation progresses to the rear bumper, you’ll find carbon fiber diffusers with two extra fins to improve aerodynamics with a wind tunneling effect.
Beyond the body, customers may choose from any custom interior trim they’d like, making their vehicle even more special and exclusive. DMC Luxury will be continuing their advancements with body kits and interiors of fine automobiles in the future, and judging from what we’ve seen so far, they’ll be on our watch list. Be sure to check back for updates as they continue to perfect the best of the high-end automotive world with their increased aerodynamic performance and interiors.
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