Another German tuning company called DMC has revealed a tuning package for the old Lamborghini Murcielago, ‘old’ because the new Aventador has taken its place in our hearts. As you can’t acquire a brand new Murcielago anymore, the firm has thought of enhancing the existing ones with a kit that we call interesting.
They’ve extracted the stock V12 from the car and tweaked it by adding 12 unique single intake throttle plates, double than the original, a completely remapped ECU, custom exhaust system and brand new gasoline pumps. DMC won’t reveal the real output of the engine, but they’ve given us a clue by saying that it has been rebranded as LP700 – still wondering what the 700 means?
The interior has undergone a complete redesigning process, with the Murcielago now being endowed with leather and carbon fiber touches. The kit, dubbed as the Murcielago M-GT, also includes refashioned rear and front bumpers with integrated diffusers crafted from carbon fiber, a glass engine cover to be able to admire the magnificent booster and a brand new wing spoiler.