Lamborghini Aventador S ‘Tecno’ by DMC

Apr 10, 2017

Category: Rides

Lamborghini’s Aventador S is an impressive car by just about anyone’s standards. It features a 6.5-liter V12 engine, can go 0-62 in 2.9 seconds, and boasts 780 horsepower. By all accounts, it doesn’t really call for improvement. Unless you ask the folks at DMC, who have unveiled their tuned-up custom Aventador S ‘Tecno.’

This ‘bigger and better’ version of the incredible supercar has a few quite notable add-ons. For starters, the tuning house has added a bunch of carbon fiber to the build – including on the rear diffuser, side skirts, and front splitter. But those are almost unnoticeable in light of the massive rear-end hydraulic wing DMC has installed. And it’s a good thing they added it, too, because you’ll need all that downforce to cope with the “at least” 1,588 horsepower (which is more than double the car’s normal ponies) they’re promising. All in all, this vehicle is a prime example of excess at its finest.

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