German tuner wants $300,000 for a carbon body kit and 1,000 hp.
After being introduced at the beginning of the year, DMC has officially revealed the Lamborghini Aventador LP998 Edizione GT. Arguably the German tuner's most outrageous aftermarket package to date, the aggressive body kit for the Italian supercar was developed to meet FIA regulations without sacrificing the Lambo's street-legal status. Priced at $288,888 (not including the price of the car), the kit includes a carbon-fiber giant rear diffuser and massive rear wing with three manually-adjustable angles.
It also boasts a centrally-positioned quad exhaust, carbon front-lip spoiler, multi-spoke black alloys, and a two-tone red and black leather interior. In addition to the cosmetic upgrades, DMC has reworked the Aventador's 6.5-liter V12, installing a twin-turbo modification, a remapped ECU, individual throttle plates for each cylinder, new fuel lines, fuel pumps and injection nozzles. There's no definitive mention of the new output, but it's LP988 designation suggests the 12-cylinder unit now delivers 988 horsepower.