2013 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster SV by DMC review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 28 October 2013 , 10:10:49 byEmil

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Lamborghini Aventador Roadster SV by DMC

Lamborghini Aventador is unlike any other existing sports car. It is the supreme car, the perfect car according to many. So tuning perfection is a real challenge, a challenge that the Germans in DMC accepted. Although it is a recently introduced model, the Aventador represents the focus of many tuning firms. However, this hasn’t stopped DMC to create, not one, but ten tuning programs for the super car. Let’s take a look at the latest of them.

This latest aftermarket package for the Lamborghini Aventador Roadster functions only on those vehicles which have received the Molto Veloce kit developed by the same tuner. The vehicle is covered in Arancio Argos paint that is bright orange and has a two tone Bicolor Sportivo cabin. The Roadster rides on two 20 inch front and two 21 inch rear Dione alloy wheels. The vehicle is equipped with orange brake calipers and some front/rear parking sensors and a rearview camera, too.

DMC wanted to offer more aerodynamics to the Lamborghini Avenatdor Roadster so they placed a number of new elements on the supercar. It now has a carbon fiber front bumper with upright fins and V-shaped canards on the laterals, side sills installed beneath the original ones, a new rear lower diffuser and bumper. The DMC team has also fitted an adjustable rear wing made from carbon fiber which required some significant modifications at the rear fascia. On the whole, the entire package looks great and it is not only a challenge for the future tuning kits developed for the Ferrari branded vehicles, but it is also a challenge for the brand itself.