DMC Tweaked Lamborghini Huracan Salutes Us From Geneva

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Apparently, DMC doesn't believe that the Lamborghini Huracan is aggressive enough.

The German tuner that specializes in getting the most out of exclusive and impressive machines is present at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, and this modified Lamborghini Huracan is one of its star projects.

DMC isn’t a stranger to Lamborghini, as the company left its mark on the Italian bull plenty of times now, with every creation pushing the envelope a little further.

This time, though, the tuner’s affinity for Lambo’s entry-level offering has materialized into a sinister proposal that transforms the stock vehicle into a track-day reminiscent beast without using too many accessories. Sure, the ones visible could be considered flashy, especially the very large rear wing and the front splitter with added side flaps which mimics the aggressive LP720 Anniversario look, but somehow the elements are not out of place.

As you’d expect, the entire body kit is made out of carbon fiber, complementing the “nero” hue.

Photos Anderson