DMC Lamborghini Aventador Half Breed: Part Supercar, Part Beast

The Lamborghini Aventador is a supercar that needs no introduction. It manages 0-60 in only 2.9 seconds, churns out 700 horsepower, and costs more than $375K. It's one of the greatest cars to come out of Lamborghini in recent history; but that didn't stop German tuning house DMC from turning it into a medieval custom machine. The DMC Lamborghini Aventador Half Breed — rightfully named — is only a small fraction of what DMC has planned for its latest project. A precursor to the SV (Special Version, not Super Veloce), the Half Breed sports loads of new upgrades inside, outside, and under the hood.

On the outside, you're immediately enticed by the blue metallic paint scheme draped over a custom body kit. It comes with an aggressive new front fascia, a redesigned "spoiler sword," and fresh side skirt, all made of carbon fiber. The new kit not only improves the looks, but also the aerodynamics. And it's going to need it. Under the revised body work is a 900-horsepower 6.5-liter V12. A VW GTI's worth (200-hp) of added power has been given to this raging bull. The aforementioned V12 is naturally aspirated — the 'only' mods are a titanium exhaust system, new gas pumps and lines, optimized engine electronics, an electronic load pressure control system, and completely new system wiring.

It's one of the most stunning Aventador tunes we've seen to date. And it's only halfway finished. PHOTOS: Click Here to See More of the 2013 DMC Lamborghini Aventador Half Breed