2013 Lamborghini Aventador by Autoproject-D and DMC review and pictures

Posted on Tuesday, 28 May 2013 , 10:05:39 byVeronica

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Lamborghini Aventador by Autoproject-D and 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 for every tuning company and the people working there have to be either crazy or very good indeed to succeed in doing a great job on an already great car. As people nowadays don’t lack courage, the guys from Autoproject-D teamed up with the ones in DMC and started modifying the Italian car.

Autoproject-D borrowed the DMC “Molto Veloce” styling pack and placed it on the Lamborghini Aventador.  The German tuner DMC specialized in Italian sports cars has given a devilish price of 125,000 euros for their complete Aventator tuning package. However, broken down into their separate kits the pricing may seem a bit more accessible for some. The Aventador of Autoproject-D has a new front fascia with an upgraded spoiler, and a front splitter lip which are both manufactured from carbon fiber. The car is also equipped with some new side skirts diffusers which create a better aerodynamics and increase road stability.

Lamborghini Aventador has also got a rear carbon fiber diffusor, a new rear wing spoiler and an additional tunnel system that is meant to improve down force on the rear axle.  The vehicle is powered by the same V12 6.5-liter engine but it is now capable of producing 900 HP (662 kW) as a consequence of the engine upgrade.  Modifying a car like the Lamborghini Aventador is the supreme test. It might possibly be every tuner’s dream to work on such a beast. However, it’s a two way situation. Owners who are keen on the original model might discredit the changes, while clients who desire a plus of personality might love the transformations. Either way, the tuner gets the “credits”.