2013 Lamborghini Aventador DIECI by DMC review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 31 October 2013 , 17:10:54 byAlina

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Lamborghini Aventador DIECI by DMC

The Lamborghini Aventador is different from any other existing sports car. It is the supreme car, the perfect combination of quality and performance according to many. So tuning perfection is a real challenge, a challenge that the Germans in DMC accepted. They have created a huge number of upgrading programs for this supercar, more than any other tuning company.

The upgrading pack for the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 comes to celebrate the amazing number of forty upgrading kits sold for the Aventador. And would you ever consider another way for DMC to celebrate this own record? The recent styling package is named the DIECI and the first customized vehicle belongs to a client from Kuwait. The vehicle has been equipped with an updated front fascia with a new spoiler sword and front splitter lip which are both made from carbon fiber and fit onto the standard bumper. This particular Aventador was also fitted with custom side skirts, carbon fiber rear diffuser, as well as an added tunnel system and a rear wing spoiler.

Of course that DMC also did a power upgrade on the Lamborghini Aventador’s engine, which reaches 900 HP (662 kW). This is also possible thanks to the new wiring and an electronic load pressure control system. The car also received a titanium exhaust system which weighs only 3.45 kg (7.6 lbs), making it a lot lighter than the stock exhaust. The overhead throttle valves were replaced by 12 bespoke single-intake throttle plates, while the injection nozzles, pressure modulators, fuel pumps and fuel lines were upgraded. The DIECI program will be an exclusive one, being available only for the every tenth customer that goes to the firm to upgrade his supercar.