DMC Tuning Creates the 2012 Lamborghini Aventador Allegro

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DMC Tuning has created the first aftermarket program for the Lamborghini Aventador, titling it the Allegro.

The Lamborghini Aventador arrived to great acclaim, however that wasn't enough to keep a lucky owner from tuning it the first chance he had. German tuning company DMC has just finished their premier aftermarket program on the Italian supercar and it looks menacing. Dubbed the Allegro, the package features several exterior modifications such as a new Sesto Elemento-inspired carbon fiber rear wing and front spoiler.

New side skirts and a corner spoiler are also affixed to the matte black Lamborghini for an even more aggressive look. For all the subtle work DMC performed on the Aventador, they left the engine alone. Its 6.5-liter V12 engine, capable of putting out 700hp and hitting a top speed of 217mph, proved to be adequate to fit their needs. As we've learned in the past, sometimes tampering a little too much with the Raging Bull can be a bad thing.

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