2013 Lamborghini Aventador LP900 SV Spezial Version "2/10"

Back in December of last year, German tuner DMC unveiled one of the nastiest tuning packages made for the Lamborghini Aventador .

It was called the LP900 Spezial Version and in so many words, it was just nuts. Mind-blowing nuts.

At that time, DMC promised to build only 10 kits of the LP900 SV and limited it to clients who already owned a regular Molto Veloce kit for the Aventador. And even then, the owners were still subjected to a thorough screening process from DMC with only 10 getting the opportunity to own the unique "aftermarket of an aftermarket program".

So as you can see, the LP900 SV is about as rare as a pink unicorn with winged hooves. That’s why it’s big news when DMC unveils these models, which they actually did with one of them.

This sparkling piece of aftermarket awesomeness is the third kit of the lot, yet appropriately numbered 2/10 to account for the "0" prototype.

It still carries all of the aftermarket wonders DMC installed to it, highlighted by the massive engine upgrade that saw the output from its 6.5-liter V-12 engine shoot up from 700 horsepower all the way up to 900 horsepower. DMC didn’t reveal the program’s performance numbers, but there’s no reason to believe that this rocket can hit close to 230 when it has its legs all stretched out.

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Lamborghini Aventador LP900 Spezial Version

Lamborghini Aventador LP900 SV Limited Edition by DMC Tuning

We’ve already waxed with superlatives when describing DMC’s Aventador LP900 Spezial Version program. That being said, the Aventador J-inspired styling of the program really gives it the kind of exclusivity that few other Aventador programs can boast off.

The other highlight of this program is the impressive performance upgrade that came as a result of extensive work done on the supercar’s engine. From the optimized engine electronics to the electronic load pressure control system, a completely new wiring system, and a new titanium exhaust system, DMC left no stones unturned in bringing the Aventador’s output to an impressive 900 horsepower.


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