You Can’t Miss DMC’s Lamborghini Aventador LP900-4 Molto Veloce

Even though by now we’ve lost count of the body kits for the Lamborghini Aventador we’ve seen so far, there’s still something very revealing about catching such a modified exotic in the real world.

Take this DMC-tuned Lambo for example. The German aftermarket specialist unveiled its Molto Veloce body kit for the Aventador back in 2012, alongside the LP900 power kit, increasing both its road presence and its performance.

There are several new carbon fiber bits attached to the exterior of this Aventador, such as the extensive front lip spoiler, the bumper trims, side skirts, custom rear wing and new rear diffuser.

This particular Molto Veloce, spotted in Cannes, France, by theDreAmakeR, is equipped with a set of gold-painted five dual-spoke wheels wrapped in Pirelli P-Zero rubber. It’s actually a cleaner wheel design than the one DMC unveiled originally for the car.

As for the LP900 power kit, it consists of a reprogrammed ECU, a lightweight titanium exhaust system said to weigh an incredibly low 3.45 kg (7.6 lbs), new pumps and lines, and 12 unique, single intake throttle plates (one for each cylinder) instead of the stock V12’s overhead throttle valves.

DMC didn’t disclose official performance figures, but we presume the 900 PS (888 HP) output makes this Aventador even faster than the mighty SVJ that has to make do with “only” 759 HP (770 PS).

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  • Zandit75

    Needs more colour in the rear end. What used to be the stock spoiler needs to match the rest of the body work.

    • Carl Sloan

      It looks like they’re trying to make it look like an F-4 Phantom.

  • Six_Tymes

    I don’t normally like many after market work, this I love.

  • I <3 bronze rims.

  • KAG25

    Bronze rims, looks good reminding me of the Countach with the bronze phone dial rims.

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