766HP Custom Ferrari Built For Middle East Market

George Kennedy

Anyone familiar with world-class supercars knows that the best of the best typically end up in the Middle East. With some of the wealthiest current collectors on the planet, all manner of ultra-expensive, ultra-exclusive automobiles make their homes in places like Dubai, Yemen and Saudi Arabia.

DMC, a company typically known for customizing Lamborghinis, has turned its attention to Ferrari’s top-tier front-engined ride, the Ferrari F12berlinetta. The new “Middle East Special Edition” of the V12 touring coupe has been unveiled in celebration of the outfit becoming the world’s top customizer of F12berlinettas.


That’s quite a niche accolade, but you can’t argue with the results. The black and gold paint is matched with carbon fiber aerodynamics, and the total output has been increased to 766 horsepower. Which means the only way you could see this custom Ferrari blasting by you on the highway is courtesy of the loud paint scheme.

The package also includes a carbon fiber rear spoiler and 22-inch wheels. No word on pricing, but as they say, “if you have to ask…”

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