A Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 is already a very impressive car when it leaves the factory doors in Sant'Agata, Italy. Even more so when you order it in the new Arancio Argos shade over a Bicolor Sportivo interior combining Nero Ade with Arancio Dryope rolling on the new, larger Dione wheels in glossy black spinning in front of orange brake calipers.
But owning a loaded factory specs Lamborghini Aventador just doesn't cut it for some of the more eccentric owners out there and if you really want your Aventador look different without being too obvious turning your attention to DMC Exotic Car Tuning might turn out to be the best idea yet ... and that is exactly what the owner of this specific Aventador in Malaysia did ... call DMC and ask for something really special.
For starters the car was completely wrapped with a special matte blue shade ... in fact this wrap isn't a flat blue, there are tiny metallic flakes in the blue shade that really make the car shine in bright sunlight, while still being a matte material ... does that remind you of another very, very special Lamborghini? It should as this is a similar metallic flake matte finish as seen on the limited edition Reventon, albeit on a grey base coat.
Now a wrapped Aventador is starting to be a familiar sight these days, so this Malaysian owner wanted to take his Bull to the next level of customization ... and this is where DMC worked their magic with their beautiful Molto Veloce package consisting of a clear carbon fiber lower front spoiler, clear carbon fiber center fin in the original front bumper, Superleggera style clear carbon fiber side skirts.
Also note all the air intake surrounds that normally come out of the factory as matte black now show a really amazing clear carbon fiber finish too ... in fact so many tuners started to offer this option for the Aventador it caught the attention of Automobili Lamborghini SpA ... so they decided to offer it as a factory option on the MY2013 Aventador ... however the clear carbon fiber exterior rear view mirrors are DMC units in this case.
At first glance you immediately notice the tall rear wing on the Aventador, in full Super Veloce style it is again finished in clear carbon fiber and available as part of the DMC Molto Veloce kit ... as is the rear lower diffuser also showing carbon fiber from every angle ... but take a closer look at the rear on this specific matte blue Aventador.
Did you catch the difference with the regular DMC Molto Veloce kit? The entire rear section including the rear wing, the lower diffuser and the panel between the taillights and rear air vents is showing a high gloss clear carbon fiber finish ... and no, that isn't part of the Molto Veloce kit but normally only available on the very limited production DMC SV (Spezial Version) kit of which only 10 worldwide are available.
So we are admiring a one of a kind car at this moment, perhaps we should call it the Aventador LP700-4 DMC SMV #1/1 for Spezial Molto Veloce one of one ... sounds cool no?