The front and rear bumpers are complete replacements for the stock parts, and the wing takes inspiration from the Countach.
The tuner DMC specializes in doing wild things to high-end vehicles, and the company doesn’t deviate from that talent with its latest project – the crazy Huracán Edizione-GT Spyder. In addition to the new body kit, the blue beast packs 1,088 horsepower (811 kilowatts) and 738 pound-feet (1,000 Newton-meters) of torque from a highly upgraded biturbo V10.
The Edizione-GT Spyder uses DMC’s Stage 4 tuning kit, and its results are impressive. The roadster can reach 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) in a claimed 2.69 seconds – versus 3.4 seconds for a stock Huracán Spyder. Top speed also grows to 214 mph (354 kph) from 201 mph (324 kph) in factory trim.
While the biturbo setup grabs headlines, the company also upgrades the engines internals so that the parts can take the extra power. The gearbox receives similar improvements for handling so much grunt.
DMC has tuned the Huracán before, but the firm allowed its designers to go wild on the Edizione-GT Spyder with no limitations on what the resulting upgrades would cost. Many tuners offer modular upgrades, but this kit goes a step further by making the redesigned front and rear bumper complete replacements for the stock components. The decision means an owner can more easily reinstall the original pieces.
The new front fascia sports massive intakes, and the most visually interesting components are the vertical winglets at each corner because they immediately grab viewers’ attention. Larger side sills also add some extra panache to the profile. The upgraded rear features an attractive diffuser, and DMC says the wing’s shape takes inspiration from the one on the Lamborghini Countach. The part is also adjustable, including three angles that the tuner calls GT Mode, Cruise Mode, and Fun Mode.
DMC doesn’t discuss prices, but the extensive mods can’t be inexpensive. You can get a better look in the Edizione-GT in the video below. Unfortunately, the music drowns out any chance to hear the upgraded engine.
If you’re looking for a hotter Huracán Spyder from the factory, then be patient. Lamborghini now has a trademark fro the Huracán Performante, which is likely the roadster with the performance upgrades from the forthcoming Huracán Superleggera.
Gallery: Lamborghini Huracan Edizione-GT Spyder by DMC
DMC HURACAN LP1088 E-GT SPYDER
Luxury refiner DMC is developing their Lamborghini kits faster than ever these days. They left the competition far behind by launching their Limited Edition LP1088 recently, and are now proud to show the even rarer DMC Huracan Edizione-GT Spyder version:
The DMC LP1088 once again puts the reference among Huracan projects. It features a full body package that is so aggressive – it could send chills down the spine of people… when she appears in your rear view mirror, you instinctively move out of the way on the Autobahn.
The package was developed under DMC’s #EdizioneGT label. It’s a green card for DMC’s engineers to create a product without boundaries. The aim was to produce the best kit, without any limitations (e.g. market cost)… a better pedigree would be hard to come by.
The DMC bumpers, both front and rear, completely replace the original Huracán units. This way you can convert your car back to factory look at any time, an exclusive feature only offered by DMC. Along the profile we find the beautiful DMC side skirts. Together with the rear diffuser they not only look stunning but support an improved road handling as well.
And let’s not forget one of the most beautiful rear wings ever to be offered for the Lamborghini Huracán: DMC created a German TUV certified spoiler, as an homage to the old Countach. But in contrast to the 1982 original, it’s actually functional!
Adjust it in three angles: GT Mode, Cruise Mode and Fun Mode. They even supply a 10 page Wind-Tunnel and CFD Analysis, if you are interested in the wing’s technical specs.
The DMC Huracán Stage 4 not only looks fast, but with a twin turbo charged V10 pumping out 1,088 hp she is even faster than she looks. Naturally such a power increase not only happens from just installing a pair of turbochargers … the original engine needs some serious modifications as does the transmission and gearbox to be able to cope with the extra power. The maximum torque is now increased to 1.000 Newton metres: It pushes the car on its first 100 km/h in 2.69 seconds and ends in a maximum speed of 345 km/h.
While most DMC Lamborghini owners modify the exterior of their personalized Raging Bull, the company is able to comply with just about every request an owner might have. Even creating a unique interior can be as simple as a custom steering wheel, or a full cabin make-over. DMC offers an array of Italian leathers with custom stitching patterns. Combined with bespoke carbon fibre parts, they merely form the top of the list of modifications DMC can perform inside their custom cars … special floor mats with the customer’s initials, custom pedals, door panels, central console and firewall modifications are all part of the package when you put together your very special Lamborghini based DMC exotic.
The range of custom wheels available from DMC is almost endless, all handpicked from the best suppliers and in many cases exclusively made to order for DMC only, the sky is the limit when it comes to selecting a set of wheels for the DMC Huracán, the customer is always right, but the people at DMC will be able to advise you to pick the best wheel for your car. For the LP1088, they chose a set of forged alloy wheels size 9×20 and 12.5×21 inch with Pirelli P-Zero tyres 245/30R20 at the front and 325/25R21 at the back.
Over a time span of only 3 years DMC has managed to release no less than 7 different aerodynamic tuning packages for recent Lamborghini models like the Aventador and the Huracán. Safe to say DMC quickly became one of the most important Lamborghini tuners in the world … and talking to the CEO himself it becomes clear that they are not slowing down any time soon.
MUST SEE: VIDEO – DMC LP1088 Huracan Lamborghini
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Photo & Video Credits: DMC Exotic Car Tuning Limited
DMC – History since 1956: VIDEO 1
DMC – How it all started: VIDEO 2
DMC’s extraordinary vision is making good things better. The company was founded in Germany 2009 and quickly expanded to Hong Kong and the Middle East where it developed its major hot-spots.
Over the years, DMC became the de-facto reference for Lamborghini refinement. Their works on the Diablo, Murcielago and Gallardo paved way for its initial history. Bit the company earned over-night fame when it launched the Aventador “MOLTO VELOCE” in 2012. The MV, as its also called, has so far been installed on an estimated 10% of Asian and Middle-Eastern cars, with Dubai being the city with most DMC cars in the world.
In 2015, DMC was accepted as exhibitor of the renowned Geneva Car Show, after being on a waiting list for nearly 5 years. It was time well spent though, because joining the Salon means being part of the global elite of automobile brands. There, it is located next to iconic companies that make hyper cars, reflecting DMC’s mission to be a luxury brand, rather than a part maker.
It’s more than just buying carbon fiber, it’s a ticket to become part of our engineering vision. You will be part of our dreams, our brand and can live #TheDmcLife. The hashtag as long been accepted as a lifestyle of a new generation that loves cars, clubs and good good.
DMC doesn’t change your car, it changes your life.