DMC takes the Lamborghini Aventador to Another Level
Lamborghini has the reputation in the car world for making absolutely spectacular supercars and their latest V12 flagship is no different. The performance figures speak for themselves: 700bhp and 509lbs ft of torque, all good for a sub-3 sec sprint to 60 and a top speed of 217mph. In other words, you’ll never find an Aventador searching ads in health magazines for performance enhancers (some Aventador owners might be a different story). To find any faults with this car you would have to have it on its absolut limit and if you have the skill to do that why the hell are you wasting your time and talent reading what I have to say? Even though lack of performance is clearly not an issue, some people may say, “Yea it works just fine, but a little extra credit never hurt” or simply “ POWER!!” Enter German tuning house DMC (no affiliation with Delorean Motor Company) and their LP900-4 Molto Veloce.
Like the car it’s based off of, the numbers in the name of DMC’s version also represent the horsepower. So, no that’s not a typo, DMC brings the output to 900 horsepower, which is managed by reworking the valve train, the ECU and replacing the fuel pump and the exhaust. Notice the lack of a super charger or a turbo, no easy feat. Essentially, DMC have let a mental patient out of his strait jacket, given him knives, but had the good sense not to supply firearms. Who says Germans don’t have a sense of humor? (PHOTOS: See more Lamborghi Aventador cars) To add to the insane ‘Japanamation-Mech-Warrior’ look of the Aventador, DMC also can add a carbon fiber body kit with a rear wing, front splitter, side-skirts and a massive rear diffuser that feeds off of the souls of Toyota prius’s. DMC’s styling package hits the bank at $25,465, while the rims cost another $10,400. And since you get an entire other car worth of performance added on, expect to pay a cool $104,600 for the power boost.
Some may say that the Molto Veloce is unnecessary, but those people probably parental block Lamborghini from their Google searches so we’re in good company here. I would get one based solely on the hopes and dreams of it one day transforming into a 20ft robot, and I don’t think I’m alone when I say I want one simply because it’s badass.