DMC Unveils LP900 SV Aventador


Stage 2 of the tuner’s styling and performance kit for the Lamborghini Aventador includes more carbon fiber and jacks output up to 900 horsepower.

Back in September, German luxury car tuner DMC introduced its LP900 styling and performance kit for the Aventador. This week it unveiled a second stage of updates for the Bull from Sant'Agata Bolognese, dubbing its new creation the DMC Aventador LP900 SV Limited Edition. Only ten of the Aventador J inspired sets will be made worldwide, limited to owners of the original Molto Veloce kit and made in one shade or body finish to ensure no two DMC Aventador SV models will be alike.

The styling kit includes new carbon-fiber front and rear bumpers, while the front fascia receives a wider, sharper nose with two "J" style poles, a new "DMC" badge and two Formula 1 canards on each side. The new rear bumper includes the original lower "tunnel" system on a newly designed diffuser with three GT fins and a center opening that protects the carbon-fiber weave if the custom titanium exhaust decides to split flames. An oversized rear spoiler rounds off the rear. The performance kit boosts output from 690 to 900 hp thanks to 12 unique single intake throttle plates, one for each cylinder, an optimized ECU, a slew of new components and a titanium exhaust.

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Aventador owners seeking more exclusivity and speed can head to one of the DMC's global dealers, however for engine modifications it is advised to visit one of the company's facilities in Germany or Switzerland. Body components retail for 25,000 Euros, a brand new (unspecified) interior costs 10,000 Euros, and the titanium exhaust is priced at 5,500 Euros. Those selected for the Stage 2 SV package will have to fork out another 25,000 Euros for the new bumpers.