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Back in March 2016 we witnessed the unveil of the new Lamborghini Centenario LP770-4, the limited edition model to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the late Ferruccio Lamborghini … which is the first model on which the customer can order a complete carbon fiber finish, a €300,000 option mind you, up to that moment you couldn’t order this on any Lamborghini straight from the factory.

But DMC showed a very impressive Aventador SV, or Spezial Version in a stunning, satin gloss carbon fiber finish combined with a glossy finish on their aerodynamic parts … mind you the DMC SV was first presented back in 2012, years ahead of the factory Aventador Super Veloce … DMC limited the production of their SV to only 10 units worldwide, and customers would have to sign an agreement stating no two DMC Aventador SV would be finished in the same shade.

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The DMC SV front bumper design was inspired by the one of a kind Aventador J with that unique upright while a beautiful side fin was added for increased stability at speed, a large rear wing inspired by the one used on the Murciélago Super Veloce was added and the entire rear section, including the rear bumper and lower diffuser were replaced by DMC parts too … all finished in clear carbon fiber.

This specific DMC Aventador Spezial Version received a set of dual five spoke wheels with a white outer rim while just about every part of the visible bodywork was wrapped in this stunning 3M vinyl showing a satin carbon fiber look … which combines extremely well with the glossy (or wet) carbon fiber of the aerodynamic parts.

I know Mansory can deliver their Carbonado bodywork in real carbon fiber for the entire car, but having a wrap looking this good is a lot cheaper for one, and can be removed to reveal the original paint again when it comes to part with the car … in the end a wrap might not be such a bad idea after all.