German tuning company DMC has prepared a stunning package for the all new Lamborghini Aventador. This one is for customers looking to stand out from crowd, featuring a super aggressive body kit they are calling the “Molto Veloce“. The style parts consist of a new carbon fiber lip spoiler, bumper trim, side skirts, huge rear wing, rear apron with diffuser and new exhaust tips. A new set of rim finished in matte black and wrapped in high performance tires complete the unique exterior.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a Maserati GranTurismo tuning package hit the market, this time DMC has a new kit for the convertible GranCabrio series. They have hooked it up with several styling parts consisting of a new front bumper with lip spoiler, side skirts and rear diffuser all made from carbon fiber. Additional exterior modifications include the new 20-inch rims to go along with a suspension upgrade that gives the car a more aggressive stance.
Yes, that name is correct, the latest work from DMC is called the Fakhuna and based on the Aston Martin DBS. Definitely original, but somewhat not fitting, tuning companies worldwide have had some interesting names in the past. This project is no different, and has been designed by Dutch artist Wildspeed who has released several unique renderings over the years.
Professional freeskier and alpine ski racer Jon Olson had his latest Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 customized for the ski slopes by DMC. Most skiers would never choose an exotic sports car for these conditions, but Jon thinks different. At first he did this with a Lamborghini Murcielago LP670 Superveloce holding a ski-box on top, however once the new Aventador was released, he sold that Murci and jumped on the waiting list.
The German tuners from DMC have just released their Lamborghini Murcielago Molto Veloce body kit which is based off the popular SV Edition. Starting off with the body kit, DMC redesigned the front and rear bumpers to increase downforce, then added a SV style diffuser. All these parts are made in pure carbon fiber by an Autoclave Vacuum oven. The exhaust you see exiting the rear holds a rear silencer, but customers have the option of extending the look with a sport metallic catalytic converter. Now let’s move onto the important facts, the performance tuning for the Lamborghini Murcielago Molto Veloce come next.
The German tuning company DMC has released this custom version of the new Maserati GranTurismo called the Sovrano 2011. We love this blue color for the exterior, and under the hood you will find a new supercharger along with an ECU tune to boost the 4.7-liter V8 powerplant to 590 PS and 472 Nm of torque. This is an upgrade of 150 PS and 82 Nm of torque over the factory Maserati GT. Styling for the unqiue Maserati consists of a carbon fiber aero kit, featuring a new front bumper with lip spoiler, wide side skirts, boot-lid spoiler, and a rear diffuser for an extra aggressive look.
The German car tuning firm DMC has released a new kit for the Ferrari FF called the Maximus. This new Ferrari design looks awfully similar to the Porsche Panamera with the rear end, however is only a two door model. The package from DMC consists of new bumpers, side skirts, rear diffuser, trunk spoiler, and a rear wing. Up front it has been extended and lightened by 70 kg with the carbon fiber they used to construct the bumper. However, the real Ferrari FF performance lies under the hood with a twin supercharged 6.0-liter V12 engine.
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.