As if a Lamborghini Murcielago needed any more fine tuning, German tuning firm DMC released new goodies that will allow you to lessen the weight of the supercar. And you know what; a lighter Murcielago equates to a faster one too.

The new carbon fiber wings styling kit isn’t just an accessory to make your Murcielago more eye-catching. On its own, the car can already do that. Instead, these carbon fiber scoops - called Bat Wings - are exchanged with the OEM wings of the supercar, to help it get a reduction in weight while at the same time, accessorizing the Murcielago with sweet carbon fiber patterns.

DMC is also including a Grand Wing, an enormous carbon fiber spoiler that adds a more aggressive touch to the car.

Last, but certainly not least, is the carbon fiber engine cover, which first generation Murcielago owners might find appealing given that their cars don’t come with the glass bonnet that’s found in the later models. So, if you don’t have the glass, might as well scoop up the carbon fiber, yes?

The whole package is available at DMC where pricing is available upon request.


Source: DMC

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  (553) posted on 03.24.2011

So, OEM wings are a bit heavy? wow! It adds up weight on the lampoon, but it doesn’t affect the speed performance of the car. However, if they are going to use Bat Wings, that are actually lighter than OEM, well, does it mean that from 3 sec. Lambo could hit up to 60 mph for only 1 or 2 sec?

  (24) posted on 10.15.2010

That wing is an exact replica of the wing found on the most extreme stock murcielago, the LP670-4 SV! Im surprised that lamborghini allows them to copy their design for the wing and sell it.

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