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DMC Lamborghini Murcielago Quattro Veloce


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The German refining specialists at DMC have released the Quattro Veloce package for the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640. Included in the kit is a new carbon fiber front fascia, air intakes in the hood, front splitter, side wings, fuel filler cap, rear spoiler, and rear diffuser. Under the rear window you will notice a specially made red carbon cage for added support to the engine performance. After some DMC tuning to the Lamborghini Murcielago, they were able to squeeze 670 PS and 660 Nm of torque out of the supercar.

With the reduced weight from the carbon fiber components, the Murcielago Quattro Veloce now accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds, with an overall top speed of 213 mph. DMC is only going to produce 40 of these Lamborghini units, with the styling kits starting at 59,900 euros. This includes the installation with shipping the car back and forth from the tuning headquarters in Dusseldorf, Germany. Customers can save 20,000 euros if they install the kit themselves, but a Lambo is something I wouldn’t recommend playing with.

If you really want to stand out, DMC offers diamond forged wheels that sport the first white carbon rims, carbon fiber buckets, and ostrich leather trim for the Lamborghini Murcielago Quattro Veloce. The first units are available through Jameslist, with the initial cars being delivered in July.

[Source: carsroute]

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