German tuner DMC thinks it can make the 992-generation Porsche 911 GT3 even more impressive than it already is, launching the ‘Velocita’ to try and prove it.
DMC’s upgraded 911 GT3 consists of an aerokit crafted from lightweight carbon fiber that starts at the front fascia with new lightweight parts, including the hood, inspired by the design of the standard components.
Elsewhere, DMC has developed new carbon fiber louvers on the front wheel arches while also installing a set of carbon side skirts.
The most significant change comes at the rear where the tuner has created an all-new rear wing for the car that’s apparently FIA-compliant and TUV-certified. The wing uses the car’s standard brackets and has considerably larger end plates to aid in aerodynamics, while also adding a bold new look to the potent sports car.
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Porsche owners who want to add some DMC parts can choose between matte and high-gloss carbon fiber finishes.
Beyond the bodywork, Porsche offers a set of directional forged wheels measuring 20×9.5 at the front and 21×12 at the rear. Further adding to the appeal of the Velocita is a new valve-controlled sports exhaust system made from lightweight Titanium and offered for both the standard 911 GT3 and the 911 GT3 Touring.
The company has not yet said how many 911 GT3 owners will need to cough up for the parts and if they can be ordered individually.