It took a lot longer than everybody expected - not to mention a few name changes to boot - but finally, DMC Tuning has officially gone to the presses to unveil their new program for the Lamborghini Aventador.
Back in October, we showed you a similar program DMC was building for the Aventador where it was first called the Gargiulo but was then changed to Allegro.
As for this officially released program, DMC is calling it the ’Molto Veloce,’ and is proudly announcing that this program consists of an aerodynamic bodykit that is the first of its kind for the Aventador, using carbon fiber as a whole.
Among the components comprising the aero kit include a new front fascia, a new front bumper, a carbon fiber lower front spoiler, newly developed side skirts, a redesigned rear wing, and a huge rear wing. On top of that, DMC also dressed up the Italian supercar in a fancy two-tone paint finish with matching red-and-green stripes running down the entire length of the Aventador.
For a tuning company that knows very little about the word ’subtlety,’ DMC Tuning’s new program for the Aventador is far from conservative. It remains to be seen whether a performance upgrade is in the equation, but as far as aero programs go, this one’s pretty over-the-top.
UPDATE 03/20/12: You wanna know how much this tuning program costs? $125,000. ’Nuff said.
UPDATE 07/22/12: In case you’re wondering what’s been going on with DMC Tuning’s Molto Veloce program for the Aventador, the tuning company has a new photo from their Facebook page of the program dressed in all its orange crush glory. Can you say ’wow’?