Just out of curiosity, the guys at German car magazine AutoBild wanted to find out what a tuned version of the LaFerrari hyper would look like when given a thorough styling treatment. Usually this is a job for image manipulators to come up with accurate renderings of the proposed car, but Bild wanted a top-notch job, so they asked German tuner DMC.
DMC always comes up with amazingly realistic renderings of the cars they are about to modify to give us a preview of what they will end up looking like. So they approached the LaFerrari job as if they are working on a real-world version. Who knows, someday real soon they might be asked by one of the 499 people who managed to get the Italian hyper car to modify their car.
The end result is called DMC LaFerrari FXXR, and it is a totally different beast than the standard car. At the front the standard bumper is replaced with a new carbon fiber part consisting of V-shaped intakes, a larger splitter, and vertical fins. The bonnet is also modified to look more muscular, and it features extra vents as well, to complement the additional intakes next to the headlights.
DMC designers have gone vent crazy on the sides, poking holes into LaFerrari’s body wherever they could. There is also a big opening on the rear wings which is kinda cool. The biggest highlight here is the blacked-out door inserts, complementing the black roof and the blacked-out rear section. At the back you get a large adjustable carbon fiber wing, canards on the rocker panels, and of course, a modified diffuser. Also, the taillights are smoked for good measure.