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After their successfull Murcielago “2011-GT” last year, DMC is now proud to announce the updated M-GT Murcielago, a styling & performance kit that has been engineered for the first generation Murci from the ground up. DMC‘s team set the target to refresh the supercars look on the out- and inside while staying loyal to the original line, and boy does it deliver.
The basic message of the M-GT is clear, adding an aggressive look with a strong pinch of LP670 DNA. To achieve greater downforce on the front, DMC offers a redesigned front and rear bumper with integrated diffusers. In typical DMC tradition, all parts are being manufactured in pure carbon fiber by an Autoclave. Owners that don’t have the glass engine cover, can also get this window of beauty, along with a newly developed rear wing spoiler.
The DMC stainless sports rear silencer (end pipe) emits a sound similar to that generated from race tracks announcing the arrival of the blood-curdling steer. Positive side effect; an even sportier rear look. If that‘s not enough, customers can extend their exhaust system with a DMC sport metallic catalytic converter.
DMC prepares the cockpit of the Super-Lambo providing even more sports racing atmosphere. For this, the tuners from Duesseldorf, Germany offer a complete make-over using carbon fiber & fine leathers. Clients that have the opportunity to bring their car to DMC will not recognize their Murcielago after the DMC treatment. Complete new leather and carbon fiber coatings leave no old look behind, a hand-made art that is performed by only a few masters left in Germany.
Since DMC opened a Performance Unit in Zurich Switzerland, it was clear that performance now could only one way: Taking out the complete engine for a make-over. While traditional Lamborghini design features combined overhead throttle valves per cylinder bank, DMC has decided to use 12 unique single intake throttle plates, one per each cylinder. Gasoline pumps and – lines, as well as pressure modulators and injection nozzles will be replaced by own new components. New crankshafts have been custom made to fit the new requirements. Optimized engine electronics, an electronic load pressure control system and a completely new wiring will be added. The engine will be rebranded as LP700.