During the late Nineties, a rather special Urraco was offered for sale, this car dated from 1974, but the bodywork looked like the later Silhouette, but without the targa-roof configuration.
Nothing much is known about this specific Lamborghini, only that is was based on a P250 Urraco, the original 2.5-Liter engine was however replaced by the more reliable chain-driven 3-Liter unit from a crashed P300. The most obvious changes are however to the bodywork, a full Silhouette look alike was created from sheet steel panels, the box-shaped wheel extensions and the deep chin spoiler looked almost identical to those used on the rare Silhouette.
Also much wider wheels were mounted, especially at the rear, surprisingly enough these were 'traditional' five-spoke wheels instead of the much nicer but very hard to find five-hole Silhouette type wheels. To finish off the exterior modifications a big Countach-style rear wing appeared at the rear.
This very impressive tuning package from DMC is also called the Stage3 kit, DMC calls it the E-GT for Edizione GT
(added on October 17. 2014)
One of the first tuning samples on the Aventador that also increases power came from Oakley Design
(added on May 10. 2012)
Japanese based Wald GmbH takes on the Lamborghini Murciélago
(added on February 22. 2005)
Tuning studio Status Design in association with BF-Performance realized the new Lamborghini Murciélago project.
(added on September 22. 2010)
Our in depth review of the 2009 edition of the Essen Motor Show, one of the largest tuning shows in Europe
(added on November 29. 2009)