Well, that didn’t take long now did it? The Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 isn’t even a month old yet and German tuner, DMC Design, has scooped one up and added its own touches to make the supercar even more spectacular than it already is.
The first tuning package for the Aventador is called "Allegro" and includes a few exterior modifications that further tweak the exterior of the supercar. For starters, a new Carbon Fiber rear wing has been added that takes its design inspiration from a mixture of the Sesto Elemento and the LP670 models. The new wing can be had in a glossy or matte surface finish. DMC is also offering a new front wing spoiler, a carbon fiber rear wing, new side skirts, and a corner spoiler to add more of an aggressive look to the vehicle. Of course, that’s kind of like adding more water to the ocean, but we still like the overall result of their additions.
Now, since the Lamborghini Aventador is already carrying a 6.5-liter V12 engine with an AWD layout that produces 700 HP at 8,250 rpm and 509 lb-ft at 5,500 rpm, DMC felt little need rework anything under the hood. Apparently, they think a top speed of 217 mph is more than enough too.
Maybe the Aventador didn’t quite need the tuning package to make it any more exquisite than it already is, but we’re just happy DMC didn’t go overboard by doing something like making adding a crazy exterior paint scheme and adding an exaggerated and hideous spoiler. Hey, we’ve seen it happen to a Lamborghini before.
UPDATE 10/27/2011: DMC has released a couple more images of the "Gargiulo," now called the "Allegro," package for the Aventador. The program is still fresh in the DMC shops so we expect more things to be added to it before the whole list of details are revealed. In the meantime, check out the new images provided!