Lamborghini Aventador LP900 SV by DMC

14 Dec 2012 2:34 pm | Cars, Lamborghini

The guys at DMC have recently unveiled the limited edition Lamborghini Aventador LP900 SV, after an initial teaser released during November. The project is inspired, design-wise, from the Lamborghini Aventador J Speedster, featuring redesigned front and rear bumpers and many other elements made from carbon fiber.

The front fascia of this special Aventador will include a sharper and wider nose, alongside double J-like poles for improved aerodynamics. The rear has been garnished with a wing base and larger spoiler, the rear bumper now features a lower tunnel-like system with a center that operates under the custom-made exhaust system, while the side skirts have received DMC-designed diffuser panels.

Propulsion wise, DMC can increase the output of this Aventador to 900 HP (662 kW) by adding 12 state of the art intake throttle plates, one for each of the 12 cylinders. They will also replace the stock fuel lines and pumps, pressure modulators and injector nozzles.

The electronics of the Aventador have also been targeted by the tuner brand, due to undergo optimizations, new wiring and a newly-installed electronic load pressure control. A 90% lighter titanium exhaust system will reportedly be mounted on the Lambo, weighing just 3.45 kg (7.6 lbs).

The Lamborghini Aventador LP900 SV is extremely exclusive and will reportedly be sold to a few customers selected by the tuner. Just 10 of these will be made.

[DMC]