We all know DMC as the tuner that gave us the very impressive, limited edition Spezial Version based on the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 which had a very aggressively styled front bumper and a complete, clear carbon fiber rear section ... which separated the DMC SV from their MV (Molto Veloce) kit, and still DMC wasn't finished with the V12 flagship from Sant'Agata ... they came up with the Aventador LP988-4 Edizione GT that offered race car styling for the road.
Back in March DMC released the first teaser renders on their brand new development for the new Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4, dubbed the 'Affari' DMC intended to install a new front lip and side sills in clear carbon fiber ... at that time no rear wing was shown ... until now.
Take a look at the brand new render we received showing a rear angle view of a very impressive DMC Huracán Affari ... a massive rear diffuser gets mounted together with a large rear wing ... the side sills are present too and most likely the front spoiler is there too, out of view.
Another nice touch are the custom DMC wheels featured on this render, note that they are made specifically for DMC ... on demand ... in fact all four molds are different due to the intricate design of these wheels with the angled 'spokes' ... naturally the rear units are wider than the front which required different molds already ... but also left to right are different, so DMC didn't cut corners and went for four custom molds for their special wheels.
From the renders we notice a clear carbon fiber roof section too and naturally the exhausts look a lot larger than original ... which will emphasize the already loud roar of the V10 even further ... if there will be a power increase isn't sure yet, but I guess that wouldn't be too much of a problem for DMC, remember the went from 700hp to 988hp on the Aventador ... so boosting power to 700hp or more on the Huracán should be a walk in the park for the development team at DMC.
No idea on pricing or availability yet ... but that will be just around the corner as the first customer cars are believed to be delivered in a matter of weeks from now.