You can't get a new Lamborghini Murcielago –at least not from the factory- but for those that already own the Aventador's predecessor, German tuner DMC has readied a new performance and styling program.
DMC says it starts by removing the V12 engine from the Italian supercar and performing a series of modifications that include among other things, the addition of 12 unique single intake throttle plates instead of 6, new gasoline pumps and lines, an ECU optimization and a custom exhaust system.
The tuner doesn't disclose the performance numbers but it says that the engine is re-branded as LP700, which hints at an output of 700-horses.
The exterior of the Murcielago M-GT is spiced up with redesigned front and rear bumpers with integrated diffusers made from carbon fiber, a newly developed rear wing spoiler and a glass engine cover.
For the interior of the supercar, DMC notes that it offers a complete makeover using carbon fiber and fine leathers.