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Lamborghini Aventador LP900 by DMC revealed with 900 HP

 Lamborghini Aventador LP900 by DMC revealed with 900 HP
Lamborghini Aventador LP900 by DMC

New photos and details.

Revealed for the first time back in March, the Lamborghini Aventador LP900 Molto Veloce by DMC brings not only visual changes to the Italian supercar but also a healthy power boost from the regular 700 HP (514 kW) to 900 HP (660 kW). On the design front, we notice the new look of the front spoiler and splitter lip that are mounted on the stock bumper and are manufactured from carbon fiber.

The aerodynamic stability has been improved thanks to the new side skirts which DMC says that they act as diffusers. In addition, downforce has also been further improved by the carbon fiber rear diffuser and the added tunnel system, along with the rear wing spoiler.

The changes do not end here as the engineers at DMC have decided to replace the overhead throttle valves with 12 custom single-intake throttle plates (one for each cylinder). The pressure modulators, injection nozzles, fuel lines and fuel pumps are some of the components that have been replaced by the tuner. While the stock exhaust system of the Lamborghini Aventador tips the scales at 34 kg, the new one weighs only 3.4 kg.

The price tag for all these upgrades is 125,000 Euros (approximately $165,000). All parts are already on sale.

Source: DMC

German Luxury Tuner DMC launches the LP900 Aventador upgrade

When it comes to Lamborghinis, DMC has been able to establish itself on the list of tuners that know how to tame the Bull from St'Agata. So it comes to no surprise that they are among the first, to present a styling kit for the brand new Aventador: The "Molto Veloce" Styling and Performance Kit.

On the visible side, DMC created a styling kit that stays in line with the original design: A unique expressive front fascia features a redesigned spoiler sword and a stunning front-splitter lip, all made of pure carbon fiber. They fit onto the stock-bumper, installation is very swift.The new side skirt diffusers aim to improve the overall aerodynamics as well by bringing road stability. A new rear fascia consists of a lightened carbon fiber diffusor and an added tunnel system: Both items improve down force on the rear axle. It is completed by a rear wing spoiler that supports aerodynamics on the rear axle. All items can be installed without visibly damaging the Aventador since they either exchange for the OEM parts, or conveniently add-on, which guarantees that the car can be brought back to its original state of art, at any time.

Performance wise, DMC has a sporty modification in petto: While traditional Lamborghini design features combined overhead throttle valves per cylinder bank, DMC has decided to use 12 unique single intake throttle plates, one per each cylinder. Gasoline pumps and - lines, as well as pressure modulators and injection nozzles will be replaced by own new components. Optimized engine electronics, an electronic load pressure control system and a completely new wiring will be added. The engine will be rebranded as LP900. The power-mod is supported by a brand new Titanium Exhaust system, which weighs only a 1/10 of it's original weight. Counting only 3.45 KG, compared with the 34 KG stock exhaust was only possibly by using the high-tech Titanium, a material also used in space-ships.

"The Molto Veloce's Body Kit aims at Aventador owners that seek to add a little more exclusivity to their LP700" says Thorsten Grebers, Marketing Manager at DMC Germany. "The LP900 engine upgrade clearly targets speed enthusiasts."

All body components can be installed by one of DMC Germany's global dealers, located globally in North America, Asia and the Middle East. If you opt for the engine modification however, it would be highly suggested to fly your LP700 to the company‘s workshop in Germany or Switzerland.

While the Body Components retail for EUR 25.000, the brand new Interior costs EUR 10.000. DMC's whees package starts at EUR 10.000, and the Titanium Exhaust brings an additional EUR 5.500.

About DMC:

Located in the beautiful German city of Duesseldorf, DMC Exotic Car Tuning is currently leading the race for high-tech quality carbon fiber production on an industrial level. The company's founders have been actively involved in tuning Ferraris and Lamborghinis for many years before deciding to start DMC. Nowadays, the company's focus is on the refinement of luxury automobiles by creating dynamically enhanced body kits & car interiors. A strong focus on carbon fiber and special leathers like Ostrich define the German tuner's design character. We welcome you to visit http://www.DMC.ag to learn more about our line of carbon fiber designs for Lamborghini and Ferrari automobiles.

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Comments (12)

slim
Fuh. King Beast!! Very achievable power gain. I wonder how much quicker this car is than stock. 200hp made the Veyron into the Veyron SuperSport, which reclaimed the title of worlds fastest car. That same 200hp is applied to the Aventador which should make it that much closer to the regular Veyron. Impressive. Im also diggin' the wheels with the concave rears. Well done car DMC.
Sep 19, 2012 1:34 am
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norther
holy crap that exhaust is light
Sep 18, 2012 12:00 pm
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GTurbo
There should be a new law against 'automotive sacrilege'! As if the OTT orange paintjob isn't bad enough.....
Sep 18, 2012 11:17 am
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Shotokan6
No mention of actual performance gains?? I happen to find this kind of tuning pointless. In the long run, you are ruining your car. The aventador is an instant classic and doesn't need all these bling-bling kits/upgrades. You are spending $165k for the upgrade but not sure car is worth a penny more after a couple of years.
Sep 17, 2012 9:36 pm
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quattrosport
Not possible without adding at least 1000rpm to reach the maximum power. If so, good job.
Sep 17, 2012 4:20 pm
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dmanero
Highly unlikely that the power output has been boosted to 900hp. For an Extra 200 (give or take) the engine would have to have some serious overhaul and the ECU retune. All in all I doubt it will still be covered in the warranty. As for the kit, it's tastefull but loose the rims, they ruin it in a big way.
Sep 17, 2012 10:02 am
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ucplayer
" loose the rims" Agree! Also about the power...
Sep 17, 2012 10:11 am
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radmeister
Why is it hard to believe it has 900hp? They changed all the necessary components, air intakes/throttles for better airflow, and fuel system for more fuel and exhaust to let the extra gasses out. If it can breathe 28% better and you give it 28% more fuel, screw around with the timing a bit and a 200hp increase is possible. I mean it has a 6.5L V12, 138hp/L is not impossible by any means in an NA engine.
Sep 17, 2012 10:56 am
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SnakesInMyPants
why do you want to loose the rims? They'll just fall off while driving :D
Sep 17, 2012 11:13 am
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4everRS
Sooo, 900hp and it's still naturally aspirated? If so, that's really impressive. $165K is impressive as well.
Sep 17, 2012 9:37 am
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in2fun
"$165K is impressive as well" oh rely? you know that tag price is just for the upgrades, right?
Sep 17, 2012 10:41 am
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