2015 Lamborghini Huracan "Affari" by DMC

DMC has this way of building up its supercar programs. It teases you with renderings, drops a few hints along the way, and when you least expect it, leaks even more details about it. The company’s first program for the Lamborghini Huracan , called the "Affari," fits into the company’s proverbial slow play.

We first saw renderings of the Affari program back in December 2013. Since then, it’s been kept largely in the shadows and it wasn’t until July 10, 2014 that DMC finally gave us more details of its first aftermarket foray of the new Lamborghini.

DMC’s reputation as a premier Lamborghini tuner was once again in full effect with its Affari program for the Huracan. The German tuner wasted little time bringing a new level of customization to the supercar , giving it a significant aerodynamic upgrade that’s perfectly suited for the Huracan’s new-world aggressiveness.

For now, details only revolve around the handful of aerodynamic components that were slapped on the Huracan. DMC still has plans to develop a performance upgrade for the Affari program, but those are being kept on ice for the time being.

Since this is DMC we’re talking about, we have a certain level of expectation on what this engine tune will deliver. The tuner has given us every reason to hope for the best, so we’re not sweating on the possibilities of the Affari program being all its hyped up to be.

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Lamborghini Huracan "Affari" By DMC in detail

Lamborghini Huracan "Affari" by DMC
Lamborghini Huracan "Affari" by DMC
Lamborghini Huracan "Affari" by DMC

The front section gets a significant makeover, highlighted by a dynamic new front bumper that cuts a menacing appearance. A new front lip just below that is there for both cosmetic and aerodynamic reasons, specifically creating added downforce to keep the Huracan planted on the tarmac. Moving to the back, the Huracan was treated to a new rear wing, a base spoiler, and a redesigned diffuser. Just the same, these new components were added to improve the supercar’s handling capabilities.

Every DMC program isn’t complete with a new set of shiny wheels included in it. For the Affari program, the German tuner opted to use 20-inch forged alloy wheels on the front and 21-inch versions at the back.

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We just received some leaked photos, that show more details about DMC’s upcoming LP630 Huracán. The company has made itself a name for stunning Lamborghini styling & performance packages, their latest creation seems to be no different:

Lamborghini Huracan "Affari" by DMC

The Huracán "AFFARI" is Italian for an "affair" - one most of us certainly wouldn’t mind to have. DMC also noted that the internal project code is listed as "STAGE-H1", a reference to their breath-taking 3 Aventador kits the company has spoilt us with over the past few years. Does it mean we’ll also be getting a wilder version later on?

But first things first: The secret photos show us, that the "AFFARI" will receive a significant number of aero components. Styled to suit the the bull from Sant’Agata, the items support an improved road-thrive: The front bumper has received stunning tunnels which seem to be sliced by aggressive center swords. It also features a set of elegant front lips for additional down-force and greater looks. The added side-skirts not only render a unique appearance, but play an important aero role as well. On the rear we see a new rear wing, a base spoiler and a re-designed diffuser set-up.

If you have followed DMC over the past few years, you know that they developed a sick desire to use carbon fiber for all their creations. As a matter of fact, pure and dry carbon fiber is DMC’s favorite choice of material when it comes to refining super cars. On this beast, most parts are add-on, while some others (like the side-mirror casings) are replacing the original units.

Lamborghini Huracan "Affari" by DMC

Since the "AFFARI" will receive a stronger ECU programming, a new set of forged alloy wheels will keep the beast secure on the roads: The propeller design comes in a 20"/21" setup, and adds the look of a wild animal preying for it’s victim. The front has got a technical set up of 20x8,5J wile the rear will showcase specs of 21x12J. Enthusiasts may foresee that DMC will be using a 245/30r20 / 325/25r21 combination.


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