A month ago, German tuning company DMC released a body kit designed to upgrade Ferrari’s 458 Italia, calling it “Monte Carlo”, after the world-famous jewel of the French Riviera.
But that’s not all the aftermarket specialist has been up to – more recently, the MCC Edition (which stands for ‘Monte Carlo Carbon’) has also been made available. The new kit features, as its name suggests, a multitude of carbon fiber parts, including the front bumper winglets, side skirt blades, and fender vents. The sports car’s aesthetics are further enhanced by the addition of blacked out headlights and racing stripes down the middle of the car.
The installation process is reportedly easy and non-intrusive, as DMC designed the custom components to fit into factory mounting points. For an extra fee, you can also change the stance of the 458, swapping the wheels for 21-inch front and 22-inch rear forged alloy rims.
There’s still room other improvements, though, and DMC could also put forth an engine upgrade and a new rear valence, two of the things that haven’t yet been upgraded.