DMC Launches Bonkers 988PS Aventador Edizione-GT ‘Las Americas’

German tuner DMC pulled out all the stops in order to create this, the limited edition Aventador Edizione-GT ‘Las Americas’ tuning package, which is priced from $88,880.

Most of that cash goes towards the DMC body kit, Forgiato wheels, CB engine upgrade and the new Fie exhaust system. Starting with the body kit, it comprises of additional carbon fiber components, such as all new front and rear bumpers, an engine bay cover with an air scoop and a massive GT rear wing, among others.

According to DMC CEO, Greg Schoner, his design influences come from old Japanese cartoons, such as Captain Future and Gundam, and we can definitely see the Edizione GT ‘Las Americas’ fitting in the latter’s animated universe.

This package is an extremely limited edition, available in just three units, each limited to just one color and/or style.

Thankfully, this mod isn’t just all show and no go: this LP988 Aventador has been twin-turbocharged and features a new ECU as well for a total of 988PS – hence its designation.

On the inside, this Lambo is all about fine leather and carbon fiber. It also comes with a redesigned steering wheel, but if the owner wants a full interior make-over, the car will have to be shipped to Germany so that DMC can perform the job.

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  • LWOAP

    Eh…..I’ve seen more than my fair share of DMC’s kits for the Aventador.

  • donald seymour

    If…if I tell you that it looks like a rough turd would you believe me? Because it really looks like a rough turd.

  • Six_Tymes

    Most impressive. Nice work DMC

  • Zandit75

    Just because you CAN do something, doesn’t mean you SHOULD do it.

  • Harry_Wild

    Next Batmobile?

  • fabri99

    This definitely looks like a bug. A stag beetle perhaps?

  • lagunas3ca

    Front looks like the curtain set that should’ve been closed on this entire design.

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