A six percent power increase and a load of carbon fiber for your LP 640 will cost a good deal of cash. Find out how much inside.
German tuner DMC has released a new tuning kit for the Lamborghini Murcielago LP 640. Called the "Quattro Veloce," the mostly carbon fiber kit is available through JamesList.com, and includes a new front fascia, with redesigned hood and intakes, and a new splitter.
Other elements on the car include new side wings, fuel-filler cap, a new rear spoiler, as well as a new rear diffuser all of course in pure carbon fiber. The engine, covered by DMC's red-carbon cage, has been upgraded by about six percent, to produce 670 PS (493 kW / 661 bhp) and up to 660 Nm (487 ft-lb) of torque.
With the upgrades, the car is capable of hitting 60 mph in 3.2 seconds, en route to a top speed of 213 mph, about 8 mph faster than the stock LP 640.
Pricing for the kit begins at €59,900, with installation and back-and-forth delivery of the car to DMC headquarters in Dusseldorf. For an additional €40,000, the customer can add diamond forged wheels that showcase the world‘s first white-carbon rims, carbon fiber seats, and ostrich leather.
Should you be capable of installing the package yourself, you can save €20k. The limited edition Quattro Veloce package will be limited to 40 units. The first car will be delivered in July.