Date posted : July 22. 2012
A while ago we received 3D drawings of a rather impressive tuning package for the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, DMC called it their Molto Veloce kit that turned any factory original Aventador into something special by adding a lot of carbon fiber aerodynamic items.
Up front we see a new, lower front lip underneath the bumper, on the sides we find different skirts that look like the ones used on the Aventador J Lamborghini unveiled in Geneva earlier this year, do note however the DMC units are not identical, they remind us of the J styling. If you look at the air outlet just in front of the rear wheel you'll notice it is finished in black just like the side skirts.
At the rear the DMC Molto Veloce receives a new lower diffuser to house the thundering exhaust system while a large, carbon fiber wing in mounted at the back to increase downforce. If you look closely at the photo of this orange finished Aventador Molto Veloce you can see the roof section is covered in black too and the owner of this Arancio car preferes Forgiato wheels ... finished in black and orange ... I rather like the deep spokes on the rear wheels, just wish the front had a similar design, they almost look bland next to those impressive rear ones.
One thing we did see on the 3D render featuring a white Aventador didn't make it onto this orange car ... the red and black stripe running from the front all the way to the rear ... now I must admit it would look less impressive on this orange car anyway, so I think that was a good idea to leave it for the next Aventador Molto Veloce.
If you are interested in the DMC Molto Veloce tuning package you are looking at a 20k Euro invoice for the full set ... you can always get just the front lip and rear spoiler naturally ... but that could take some convincing I guess, DMC would prefer to sell and install the entire Molto Veloce kit to make sure it all fits and earns the DMC MV name.
Text © Mark Smeyers - www.lambocars.com
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