High-end German tuner DMC has applied its know-how to Sant'Agata Bolognese's latest supercar to create the Lamborghini Aventador LP900.
The "Molto Veloce" styling and performance kit marries a more aggressive visual appearance for the Lamborghini Avenatador with a number of mechanical modifications that claim to raise the power output from the standard 700PS (514kW) to an almighty 900PS (660kW).
The redesigned front fascia includes a new spoiler sword and front splitter lip made entirely from carbonfibre that fit onto the stock bumper. The new side skirts act as diffusers and are said to improve the car’s aerodynamic stability.
DMC claims the new carbonfibre rear diffuser and added tunnel system further improve downforce at the rear axle, along with the rear wing spoiler.
On the performance side of things, DMC has replaced the combined overhead throttle valves with 12 unique single-intake throttle plates, one per cylinder. DMC-developed parts have also replaced other components, such as fuel pumps and fuel lines, injection nozzles and pressure modulators.
The LP900’s engine mapping has also been optimised, while an electronic load pressure control system and new wiring has been added.
The power gains are further supported by an all-new titanium exhaust system weighing just 3.45kg instead of the 34kg weight of the standard system.
DMC suggests you fly your Lamborghini Aventador LP700 to the company’s facilities in either Germany or Switzerland for the mechanical work.
DMC hasn't released any details on the actual on-road performance gains, but the additional power should see the LP900 challenge the Bugatti Veyron, at least in terms of its 0-100km/h ability, which will dip from the production car's 2.9-second benchmark.