After series of teaser images which has been released in the past month, DMC Lamborghini Aventador LP900SV Limited Edition has been finally revealed exuding its powerful stance and aggressive visual appearance. DMC also disclosed that the kit for the vehicle will be produced in only ten examples.
What have basically the tuners done here is to add their new SV kit where their famous STAGE 1 package ends, improving an already sound base. More importantly the kit, which is strictly limited to only ten sets worldwide, but only on those which already have DMC’s regular Molto Veloce Kit.
The application of it will be carefully scrutinized by DMC, and only approved if the car, the location, the owner and the color match DMC’s “10 of 10″ criteria. Each of the kits will only be available in one shade or body finish. In other words the aim is to make every vehicle unique and different from the other nine.
Furthermore the professionals developed a brand new front and rear bumper, made from 100% carbon fiber. The front fascia receives a wider, sharper nose and the two “J” style poles, responsible to additionally improved aerodynamics. There can also be seen the new “DMC” badge. The front is perfected with two Formula1 Canards mounted on either side. They further break the airflow.
The side skirts include DMC’s diffuser panels, massive rear spoiler and corresponding wing base. The rear features a new rear bumper which has lower ‘tunnel’ system seen. The latter shows a center opening, under the custom exhaust.
Next, the performance that this Lamborghini achieve now reaches 900 horsepower (662 kW). The reason for this is that DMC decided to use 12 unique single intake throttle plates, one for each individual cylinder. Gasoline pumps and – lines, as well as pressure modulators and injection nozzles will be replaced by own new components.
Moreover, optimized engine electronics, an electronic load pressure control system and a completely new wiring will also be featured. As a consequence the engine will be rebranded as LP900. The Titanium Exhaust system supports the power-mod.
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