Molto Veloce Base Package Consists of: – Front Lip – Front Sword – Side Diffusers – Rear Diffuser incl. Tunnel – Rear Wing – Deck Lid Carbon Fiber Engine Compartment – Consists of 5 panel pieces that make up for the most stunning engine room an Abentador has seen to date. Carbon Fiber Air Inlets – These are 6 pieces (3 pieces left / right) that sit at the upper rear of the car. Carbon Fiber Side Mirrors – It’s a 4 parts set – left & right, visible carbon fibre. Carbon Fiber Air Intake Covers – FRONT & REAR – It’s a 4 part set – Front 2 pieces and Rear 2 pieces Accessories Package – Side Vent Covers – Hood Vent Covers Carbon Fiber Rear Wing “SV” style – hese are 2 wings: The Spoiler and the Deck lid sitting underneath. No drilling needed because it comes with the carbon deck lid, which replaces your original car’s lid. Those items are simply screwed off and on, installation within 3 hours. Carbon Fiber Trunk – These trims complete the look of your refined Aventador. Especially important if you have chosedn to refine the engine bay since it’s the sister product
– 4 Wheel Power Disc Brakes – AM/FM/CD Radio w/ipod Hookup – Air Conditioning – Alarm System – Allow wheels – Automatic Trunk Release – Auxiliary Lighting – Bucket Seats – Courtesy Lights – Electric Clock – Heater/Defroster – Instrumentation – Intermittent Wipers – Leather Seating – Navigation – Padded Sun Visors & Dash – Power Door Locks – Power Steering – Power Windows – Rallye Steering Wheel – Rear Spoiler – Remote Keyless Entry
DMC Lamborghini Aventador “Molto Veloce” In 1963, Ferruccio Lamborghini created the infamous brand Lamborghini. These incredible super cars are known for their lightning fast gearboxes, stitching on the steering wheel, moncoque material, which is even present in the valve caps. Lamborghini designed the Aventador, which means the “bull” and was built in Italy. This Aventador is an all-wheel drive V-12 supercar with many distinguishing capabilities. This super car has 700 horsepower, and 8250-rpm of torque. Not to mention, the Aventador is able to go from 0 to 62 mph in 2.9 seconds, and reach top speeds up to 217 mph. (http://www.motortrend.com/roadtests/exotic/1201_2012_lamborghini_aventador_lp_70 0_4_test/#ixzz378TMfCfX). The Aventador’s aerodynamics or the rear wing, help the Aventador from slipping, and it adds stability, and the engine power is improved. Furthermore, this technology helps with fuel usage as well as a smoother ride. The use of carbon fiber is prevalent in Lamborghinis as they aid in reducing the overall weight. Obviously, this helps with the performance but also the safety. The Aventador’s monocoque is made of 100% carbon fiber. The aluminum frames are supplementary to the front and rear and reduce the overall weight (www.lamborghini.com). Inside the Aventador, customers are amazed by the luxurious instruments and finishes that you could imagine. For one, the Aventador has the iconic scissor doors that we all find very intriguing. Furthermore, inside the cabin, there is upscale leather with scrupulous stitching and soft, comfortable seats. The Aventador has a TFT display with a large variety of technology to assist navigate this fine vehicle. Lamborghini concentrated on making it an easy drive for the driver. They want their customers to relish in all of the extras. News on the upcoming Aventador Super Veloce (SV): The Aventador Super Veloce (SV) is supposed to be released soon. This would mean that Lamborghini will need to produce an even faster vehicle. We can expect the Aventador SV to weigh less due to aerodynamics as well as be more dominant than the current Aventador. Of course, all Lamborghini fans are excited to see the new developments and hoping it happens soon (http://www.gtspirit.com/2014/07/02/lamborghini-aventador-sv-could-arrive-in-coming-months/) DMC Lamborghini Aventador “Molto Veloce” DMC Luxury is a distinct German aftermarket tuner that we really appreciate. DMC Luxury has designed the Molto Veloce bodykit for the Lamborghini Aventador . The Molto Velcoe body kit includes a new front spoiler bolted under the original Lamborghini bumper with clear carbon fiber, new lightweight exhaust, and wide skirts in a similar carbon fiber finish. As far as the interior, the upholstery is usually two toned and typically done in orange and black. The wheels are not every fan favorite. They are color coded Forgiato wheels with a concave design near the rear.
DMC Aventador “Molto Veloce” body kit includes a carbon fiber front diffuser, carbon fiber lip and splitter. The carbon fiber side flap and the carbon fiber side skirt diffusers complement the exterior looks. All items can be installed without visibly damaging the Aventador since they either exchange for the OEM parts, or conveniently add-on, which guarantees that the car can be brought back to its original state of art.