Lamborghini Aventador DIECI by DMC

30 Oct 2013 12:00 pm | Cars, Lamborghini

You know those cute, little green Gecko creatures that creep you out but seem enjoyable at the same time? Well, that’s how I feel about this Lamborghini; the color is wonderful, but beyond that I’m a little scared to find out more. DMC – tuner extraordinaire from Germany – has come up with yet another styling kit for the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4. It’s called “DIECI”.

It’s a celebration! DMC is celebrating selling their fortieth kit for the Lamborghini Aventador, so they decided to make a day of it – or project, whatever – and create a new styling package; the lucky first client of these mods is from Kuwait. This includes a restyle the front fascia with a new spoiler sword and front splitter lip – both made out of carbon fiber and fit onto the standard bumper. Also worth mentioning is that this particular Lamborghini was also equipped with custom side skirts, carbon fiber rear diffuser, as well as an added tunnel system and a rear wing spoiler.

The Lamborghini benefits from DMC’s usual LP900 power upgrade for the Aventador, which outputs 900 HP (662 kW) – all due to optimized engine electronics, new wiring and an electronic load pressure control system. The vehicle also features a titanium exhaust system that only weighs 3.45 kg (7.6 lbs) – a lot lighter than the stock exhaust. Had enough? DMC hasn’t! The overhead throttle valves were replaced with 12 bespoke single-intake throttle plates, while the injection nozzles, pressure modulators, fuel pumps and fuel lines were upgraded.

Sad news, though: DMC announced the DIECI package won’t be available only to every tenth customer who wants to modify his Lamborghini Aventador. It’s all about luck!