DMC Tuning’s current program for the Lamborghini Aventador, the one billed as the LP900 Molto Veloce, is already a barn burner in its own right.
Apparently, there’s a sequel coming and looking at the teaser photo that the German tuner dropped, it appears like it’s going to be a noteworthy successor to the LP900 Molto Veloce. DMC is doing a wonderful job keeping the full details close to its chest, but there’s something about this teaser that seems to suggest that it’s going to be a completely different program with a different body kit.
Look at the front bumper and you can’t help but wonder if there are design cues from the one-off Aventador J sprinkled in there. The light setup also seems to suggest that there’s something different about it.
The good news is that we won’t have to wait too long to find out what DMC Tuning has in store for the Lamborghini supercar. The official release of the program has been scheduled for December 12, 2012, so keep your eyes and ears open for the date.
Something about this teaser makes us think that we’re going to be blown away with the DMC’s sequel program for the mighty Aventador.
Click past the jump to read DMC’s press release.
TEASER: LUXURY TUNER DMC’s SECRET AVENTADOR PROJECT
We just received the below teaser, and while no further details are being disclosed by DMC at this moment, we understand that the German tuner has not yet played all its cards in terms of Aventador.
Just when we thought that we’ve seen it all, the company that has become famous for Lamborghini Modifications sent us this TEASER. We assume it’s a Limited Edition project, based on the LP700/LP900 again. The teaser doesn’t show a clear picture but focuses on the front bumper, which shows elements of Lamborghini’s "J" Roadster that was shown in Geneva earlier this year. What has DMC created this time? Stay tuned for the next update, we certainly are excited.
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