Italian exotic auto manufacturer Automobili Lamborghini introduced their flagship model, the Aventador to the automotive universe all the way back in 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show. The Lamborghini Aventador was created to replace the then decade old Lamborghini Murcielago and the Aventador has done that very well. Production of the Lamborghini Aventador officially began in early 2011 and it continued on until 2017 when Automobili Lamborghini decided to replace the Aventador with the updated and more powerful Aventador S model.
Production of the more powerful Lamborghini Aventador S began in 2017 and it is believed that since Lamborghini introduced the original Aventador to their model range, more than 5,000 examples of the big Lambo have been built and despite being nine years old already, it is quite obvious that the insane Lamborghini Aventador is quite a popular choice amongst the supercar buying public and petrolheads alike which comes as no surprise to us here at Enzari.
However good the Lamborghini Aventador and Aventador S may be, I am pretty sure that its outrageous, sporty looks and traditional Lamborghini “scissor doors” are responsible for the amount of attention the Lamborghini Aventador gets wherever it goes. However, some Aventador and Aventador S owners feel that the jet like design of Lamborghini’s flagship supercar is just not insane enough for them, so what can they do about it?
Luckily quite a few of the worlds aftermarket tuning companies have thought much the same thing, therefore these tuning companies have created body kits which have been specifically designed and developed to take the looks of the already insane Lamborghini Aventador and Aventador S to the next level. One of these companies is German based aftermarket tuning firm DMC, and although they have designed and created a long list of body kits for the Lamborghini Aventador since it was introduced, none of them are quite as extreme as their Molto Veloce body kit and their LP900 power kit.
Pictured in this article is an original Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 which was spotted recently in Cannes, France. If you have not already noticed, this Lamborghini Aventador is not your everyday Aventador, in fact it has been outfitted with DMC’s Molto Veloce body kit as well as DMC’s LP900 power kit and doesn’t it look absolutely bonkers? For those of you that don’t know much about the Molto Veloce body kit here is some information for you. German tuning firm DMC originally released the Molto Veloce body kit in 2012 alongside the LP900 power kit increasing both the road presence and overall performance of the big Lamborghini.
As for the Molto Veloce body kit, well it consists of a long list of new exterior enhancements, which include a carbon fiber front lip spoiler, carbon fiber bumper trims, new carbon fiber side skirts, what appears to be a more aerodynamic engine cover, a new rear diffuser and a large carbon fiber fixed rear wing. DMC also offers a long list of optional carbon fiber parts, including carbon fiber side view mirrors, carbon fiber side air intakes, carbon fiber intake covers and even a full carbon fiber rear deck lid/engine cover. To finish off the modified exterior look of this Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, it features a black roof with bright orange accents and it has also been equipped with a new set of gold painted five-dual spoke alloy wheels which have been wrapped in Pirelli P-Zero tires. As you can see from the images featured in this article, the gold painted five-dual spoke alloy wheels show off this Aventador’s bright orange brake calipers too.
As this Lamborghini Aventador sports DMC’s Molto Veloce body kit, it most likely features DMC’s LP900 power kit too. If this is indeed the case, then this DMC tuned Lamborghini Aventador benefits from a reprogrammed ECU, a lightweight titanium performance exhaust system which weighs just 3.45 kg, new pumps and lines and twelve unique single intake throttle plates, which replaces the standard Lamborghini V12’s overhead throttle valves. Add all of these upgrades to the Lamborghini Aventador’s 6.5 liter, naturally-aspirated V12 engine and the end result is around 888 hp (662 kW), although this can’t be confirmed as DMC have not disclosed any official performance figures. As expected, this tuned Lamborghini Aventador retains and uses the standard Lamborghini seven speed ISR semi-automatic transmission, which sends the engine’s power to all four wheels via an electronically controlled four wheel drive system.
Unfortunately, DMC has not provided any pricing details for the Molto Veloce and LP900 power kit, and we are also not sure if these kits are only available for the 2011 – 2017 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 or if they can be ordered for and installed on the newer Aventador S too. However, one question still remains, would you rather have a genuine Lamborghini Aventador SVJ or an original Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 with the extreme DMC Molto Veloce and LP900 power kit? After all, this tuned DMC Lamborghini Aventador is more powerful and probably much rarer than the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ.
Steve & Chris Parry are contributors from stevespeedza.blogspot.com