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We’ve all been seeing several Lamborghini Aventador being fitted with the DMC Molto Veloce kit over the last year or so, owners from all over the world have decided to have their pride and joy converted into an Aventador MV … the very first tuned Aventador Roadster actually received this very kit, finished in a matte blue wrap this impressive convertible by DMC has been spotted in different parts of the world already … before it was shipped to the Middle East recently, where the owner resides.

Keep in mind the first 3D renders of the DMC LP900 Molto Veloce for Lamborghini Aventador were shown in March 2012 … the very first customer car that received the actual MV aerodynamic kit consisting of a lower front spoiler lip, side skirts, lower rear diffuser and a stunning rear wing … all finished in clear carbon fiber, wasn’t built until late July 2012 … on a bright Arancio Argos Aventador located in Hong Kong by the way.

Little over 12 months later we received some amazing news from Greg over at DMC … they’ve reached a true milestone regarding their LP900 Molto Veloce package … a total of 40 units have been sold and installed on Aventador from all over the world … some in the United States, others in India, the Far East, the Middle East, Europe … DMC has quickly become the preferred tuning partner by owners of the already amazing looking Lamborghini Aventador worldwide.

If you take into account the aerodynamic tuning parts alone will set you back nearly €20,000 you just know they deliver a high quality product … you don’t sell 40 kits at this price if they don’t fit or would look bad in real life, add to this a set of new wheels for at least €8,000 and a custom made interior that can run up to €17,700 and you are talking about a total ‘option budget’ of €45,700 just to change the look of your Aventador … that probably set you back nearly ten times as much in the first place … a 10% premium to turn your Raging Bull into something even more exclusive doesn’t sound too bad if you ask me … but there is more.

Take a look at the name of this kit … the DMC LP900 Molto Veloce … remember the Aventador is called LP700-4, which means the V12 will unleash 700 hp with a push of the pedal under your right foot … so the DMC LP900 MV would add another 200 hp to this total if we read the name right … and it does!

The DMC press release on the LP900 Molto Veloce states: ‘While traditional Lamborghini design features combined overhead throttle valves per cylinder bank, DMC has decided to use 12 unique single intake throttle plates, one per each cylinder. Gasoline pumps and – lines, as well as pressure modulators and injection nozzles will be replaced by own new components. Optimized engine electronics, an electronic load pressure control system and a completely new wiring will be added. The engine will be rebranded as LP900.’

So DMC will raise the power output of the potent Sant’Agata V12 Bull to 900 hp .. without reverting to turbo charging mind you. Naturally this additional option will only apeal to the real performance enthusiasts … controlling that kind of power in a car like the Lamborghini Aventador isn’t for the weak hearted … but it does come at a price … about €80,000 in fact … so it is obvious not all of the 40 Molto Veloce kits that have been sold also include this power increase, but it has been installed on a selection of them.

And just in case the DMC LP900 Molto Veloce is still not aggressive enough for you this German based tuner even offers the next level … or Stage 2 as they call it, the DMC Spezial Version was introduced in December 2012 and is a very limited edition kit, only 10 will be made … in fact the third one in the series is being built in China as you read this.

So if you look at these figures, 40 units of the Molto Veloce kit already sold and the third of only ten Spezial Version kits is being installed right now (keep in mind you have to own the Molto Veloce kit before you can even be considered to obtain the SV kit) it is safe to state DMC will reach the 50 units production milestone before the end of 2013 … will they offer something even more impressive for 2014?