DMC Germany’s second stage of updates for the Lamborghini Aventador has now been unveiled. The DMC Aventador LP900 SV Limited Edition turns the tuning kit up to ten on the scale. Ten is a convenient number as it also happens to be the amount that the kit is limited to. Rather bizarrely, DMC state that you must be the owner of DMC’s regular Molto Veloce Kit in order to own the LP900 SV Limited Edition.

“Money is not the issue for our clients”, says Thorsten Grebers, Marketing Manager at DMC Germany, “this is a kit that you can’t get by using your credit card.”. Applications will be carefully scrutinized by DMC, and only approved if the car, the location, the owner and the color match DMC’s “10 of 10” criteria. Each of the kits will only be available in one shade or body finish, no two DMC SV will be the same.

For the LP900 SV, DMC developed a brand new front and rear bumper, manufactured in full carbon fiber. The front receives a wider, sharper nose as a result and two “J” style fins intended to further improved aerodynamics. DMC have also fitted two canards either side that further break the airflow. The side skirts feature DMC’s diffuser panels from the original Molto Veloce Kit, as well as the massive rear spoiler and corresponding wing base.

The rear features a brand new rear bumper that includes the Molto Veloce rear diffuser along with three aggressive GT fins and a new design tunnel with a central opening, The exhaust is completely custom and is not available anywhere else. Its a titanium unit and it has been known to spit flames on occassion. The design of the rear bumper is such that it prevents these flames from damaging the carbon fiber weave!

The headline figure is the new 900hp power rating. DMC has decided to use twelve unique single intake throttle plates, one for each individual cylinder. Gasoline pumps and lines, as well as pressure modulators and injection nozzles will be replaced by new components. Optimized engine electronics, an electronic load pressure control system and a completely new wiring system will also be added. The titanium exhaust system weighs in at just 3.45kg compared the standard units 34.5kg heft.

All body components can be installed by one of DMC Germany’s global dealers, in North America, Asia and the Middle East. Engine modifications must be carried out at DMC’s workshops in Germany or Switzerland. The Stage 1 body components retail for 25,000 euros, interior solutions start from 10,000 euros, wheel packages start at 10,000 and the titanium exhaust costs an additional 5,500 euros. Expect to pay an additional 12,500 euros for the new Stage 2 front bumper, and the same price again for the Stage 2 rear bumper.

DMC Germany have also bee dropping hints to suggest they are not finished quite yet. Expect a Spinal Tap dial, up to 11!

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