Germans tuning Italian supercars is always an interesting endeavor.
German tuning firm DMC has released the first photos of their latest project surrounding the Lamborghini Gallardo 560-4. Known as the 'Toro' project, the program contains some additional power for the Raging Bull's V10 along with a new, lightweight styling kit for even more aggressive looks and performance. DMC's work on the Gallardo's 5.2-liter V10 engine consists of an ECU remap complemented by a new titanium sports exhaust system. These changes are good for an added 20hp for a total output of 580hp and 424 lb-ft of torque.
Thanks to the added power and lightweight bodykit, top speed has been increased from 201mph to 205mph. The bodykit DMC has added was made out of 100 percent carbon fiber. It includes a front spoiler and sword, side sills and skirts with side under diffuser, rear diffuser, rear spoiler and rear panel and side mirrors. The extensive DMC carbon fiber bodykit also includes "more attractive rounded sills" on the interior of the sides. It sits on a set of lightweight 20-inch forged rims. The Lamborghini Gallardo 560-4 Toro by DMC runs fast and looks furious. No pricing information has been released as of yet.