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2011 Lamborghini Murcielago GT by DMC

Just because Lamborghini has a new toy in the Aventador , it doesn’t mean that tuning firms are beginning to turn a blind eye on the Italian automaker’s other models.

One such aftermarket company is DMC, which is on tap to introduce their latest styling package for the Murcielago LP580 GT. The overall design make-up of the Murcielago includes fitting the Italian supercar with a full carbon fiber body kit that comes with an all-new carbon fiber front fascia and a new rear bumper on the exterior of the car. Inside the Murcielago, DMC continued with the carbon fiber treatment, outfitting it with the same material to go with new custom leather upholstery.

Not one to leave behind improvements on the performance department, DMC also gave the Murcielago a little engine tweaking with the inclusion of a new stainless steel sport exhaust system and a remapped ECU unit, boosting the output of the supercar’s 6.2-liter V12 engine to 600 horsepower and a 365 lb/ft of torque, a jump up of 28 ponies and 12 lb/ft of torque from the standard model.

It’s not the biggest performance upgrade we’ve seen for a Murcielago, but combined with all the carbon fiber goodies given to the exterior and interior of the car, the overall package looks mighty impressive on our end.



15 comments:

The speed performance of this vehicle is truly so awesome! However, I’m quite confused on its front bumper, and it is very noticeable on that. Anyway, what will be its interior will look like?

Impressive car performance. The engine of this car is V12 and 600 horse power. The details of this car are great. I want to see the performance of this car in live.

I would agree on that one. The features of the car are very impressive from the looks to the engine. It is a good thing that Lamborghini still considers the work of DMC, even if they have now a lot of brand-new models.

I have seen the future line up of Lamborghini and I would say that I’m impressed in the platform and tentative figure performance of the car. I wonder if it would be better as the Gallardo and Murcielago.

Murcielago is a high speed performing vehicle manufactured by Lamborghini! Hell! The speed performance of the car is quite impressive.

This one actually looks very similar to the recent Gallardo projects that were unveiled by DMC. I think they actually took inspiration from this one for those two.

I would agree, that two town color scheme really looks great on the car, since it hidels much of the work done on the car. That color scheme really looks unique.

I definitely like the completed car. It has quite a unique feel to it and that odd nose actually fits in well with the final design. The two tone color is nice too.

Well, it is likely that they would have used a different engine, since they will likely be looking for more performance out of the car, though I think that even the regular engine would actually be enough for this one.

Well, an added and boost power would be a great bonus! Well,I can’t comment further since we all know on how powerful is this car. And we all be thankful with the v12 technology.

The one of the most successful model in Lamborghini model. So I guess, that’s the major reason why its the favorite among the aftermarket company. I’m already impressed with the performance of this car so I don’t like a boost version of this car

Yeah, this one has a pretty odd nose. But overall, the car actually looks rather good. Now I am just wondering if they have decided to stick with the regular engine.

Whoa! What the heck is that?! Seems like someone chopped of the front end of an Aventador and slapped it onto the Murcielago. But since this one seems to be in the early stages of work, I will probably let it pass for now.

Well, I think the exterior of this car is just similar to the original Murcielago.
And I certainly agree that this would not be the biggest performance upgrade of this tuning car. However, the interior is completely awesome.

The first thing I’ve noticed is that, the rear lip is kind of huge. I don’t know if its
part for the overall design but I think its kind of bloat loaded. However, for a v12 technology,
I was expecting for a higher power output.

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