The two kits have been dubbed Molto Veloce and Schumacher and as you can see in the images below, the most significant differences feature at the rear.
The kit takes around 420 minutes to install and costs R1m.
The tuner also massaged the majestic 5.2-litre V10 to punch out 700 horses (522 kW) thanks to an ECU tune and the addition of a new titanium exhaust system.
Does this package suit the Purosangue or is it just right in stock form?
You can complete the look with a set of forged wheels with various finishes.
DMC has given us a digital look at what they are calling the Ferrari 296 GTB Squalo.
All the components come in naked carbon fibre but the buyer can select a matte or gloss finish on the parts.
German tuner DMC, had great success with the Ferrari F12berlinetta “Spia” package so it was a matter of time until we saw something offered for its successor, the 812 Superfast.
The entire kit costs $89,990 (approx. R1.2 million) which is enough to purchase a brand new BMW M2 Competition.
A new exhaust system and tuned ECU means the 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 pushes out 744 hp.