It has been 8 years since DMC was founded in Germany. While the company was a start-up at first, its plenty Lamborghini projects quickly made it the de-facto reference for the bulls from St’Agata. But keeping the bar high is not enough, leaders lead and so today DMC’s engineers are proud to give you a first glimpse on their latest project, the Aventador S “Tecno”.
The package presents itself in a typical DMC manner: Carbon Fiber everywhere, aerodynamic applications to improve downforce from front splitters, side skirts and rear diffuser. The front hood will be part of a Limited Edition run that only 10 owners will be able to enjoy, showing us a style that pretty much looks like Lamborghini’s epic Centenario.
Those of you (who hasn’t?) that were able to see DMC’s Molto Veloce, quickly see that the Germans continue with their corporate DNA: Staying in line with the original design, making a body kit that could literally be coming from the italian factory itself. If you can’t see it’s aftermarket, then they consider it success.
But leaders not only lead, they innovate. And DMC has been very good at the Lambo game, considering that they are the only tuner who has such a dedicated history: Packages for Diablo, Murcielago, Gallardo, Aventador and Huracan show the pride the company takes in working on their favourite brand in the world: Lamborghini. And on the rear of DMC’s new Aventador S, we see innovation in its purest form: Introducing DMC’s new hydraulic style wing for Aventador.
DMC’s success in Aventador nearly distressed their attention: Approximately 5% of global LP700 have got DMC wings installed, their Molto Veloce spoiler became an instant icon. After 5 years, clients were eager to get something new. So DMC went back to the drawing board to create something so radical, that it would once again put them into everybody’s mouth.
While the wing blade is made from dry carbon fiber, its legs are made from nothing else than forged aluminium. And the first thing that comes to mind when looking at the wing is – the Bugatti Veyron! And that’s because of the aggressive hyrdraulic design. It screams high-tech and keeps the manual movement intact that DMC engineered first on their Huracan wing. It was soon clear that this would become a winner.
Not only are DMC wing spoilers TUV approved (A German street impact safety department), and not only are they Wind Tunnel tested, they are even CFD certified. The videos below give you an exciting insight into the company’s design and engineering process. So naturally, this new Aventador S wing, can also be set into 3 different angles.
Choose from CORSA, GT or INSANE mode, depending on where you drive your Lamborghini Aventador S LP740 today. It’s ready for the street, track, or Quarter Mile applications.
As for the power upgrade, the Germans aim to offer nothing less than a stunning 1588 hp. We shall be stunned and wait until further and final news of this kit are confirmed. Such a dramatic performance package can only be realized by Twin Turbos, revised wiring and gear box setup, new cables, and plenty more. For now, stay tunes and enjoy the aboce photos and the below two videos:
DMC’s mission is Making Good Things Better. While the company’s German heritage sparked the initial success, it soon developed its major hotspot in Hong Kong and the Middle East. Recently DMC was accepted as exhibitor of the prestigious Geneva Auto Salon, joining the top-elite of brands in the world.
The team has strong passion for designing and manufacturing products that enhance super-cars. Their work is often cited to be a piece of art, defined by the love of materials like carbon fiber and special leathers. Globally they are based in Germany, Hong Kong and Saudi Arabia.
Recent mile stones, besides joining Geneva exhibition, also include German TUV certification, and CFD & Windtunnel compatibility on its aerodynamic products.
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