Back in May, DMC previewed its tuning package for the 488 GTB, and now the German tuner finally released more info about the car. Kind of.
These might be renderings, but the final product will look exactly like that. The Orso, which means bear in Italian, sports a lot of carbon-fiber elements including a new lip for the front bumper, side aero skirts and a revised diffuser, but DMC points out that the vehicle’s strong points are the two TUV-approved and certified rear wings.
Each one can be manually set to three different positions (cruise, fun and track mode) and feature DMC’s typical edge design. The differences between the two is that one is more aggressive and higher, while the other is described as lower and more elegant. Moreover, the Germans say they put a lot of effort in making them flow with the Ferrari's lines without looking aftermarket.
DMC also raised the output to 788 PS (777 HP) and 865 Nm (638 lb-ft) of torque just by re-programming the ECU and replacing the standard exhaust system. It’s quite a jump from the stock engine's 670 PS (661 HP), but the tuning package is just a “subtle” Stage 1. Can't wait to see what kind of grunt can be squeezed from Ferrari's turbocharged V8 with some more serious mods.