For performance purposes, DMC strapped a supercharger driven by a cogged-tooth belt tothe GranCabrio’s4.7-liter V8 engine, boosting output by 148hp (150PS) and peak torque by 82Nm (60 lb-ft) for a total of 582Hp (590PS) at 7,300rpm and 472Nm (348 lb-ft) of torque at 5,400rpm.
A sport suspension for both the front and rear axles lowers the vehicle’s ride height by around 30 millimeters (1.2 inches).
The exterior of the Italian sports car is upgraded as well, with a newly designed front bumper sporting a lip spoiler, side skirts with “zig-zag” end panels, and a new rear diffuser, all made from carbon fiber.
The looks is completed with the new color-matched 20-inch wheels wrapped around in tires size 255/30 R 20 at the front and 305/30 R 21 at the back.
As of the GranCabrio’s interior, DMC uses leather with a chequered stitch and plenty of carbon fiber trims, along with aluminum pedals and a new steering wheel with a carbon fiber outer rim.
German tuner DMC has readied a new performance and styling program. It starts by removing the V12 engine from the Italian supercar and performing a series of modifications that include among other things, the addition of 12 unique single intake throttle plates instead of 6, new gasoline pumps and lines, an ECU optimization and a custom exhaust system.
The tuner doesn’t disclose the performance numbers but it says that the engine is re-branded as LP700, which hints at an output of 700-horses.
The exterior of the Murcielago M-GT is spiced up with redesigned front and rear bumpers with integrated diffusers made from carbon fiber, a newly developed rear wing spoiler and a glass engine cover.
For the interior of the supercar, DMC notes that it offers a complete makeover using carbon fiber and fine leathers.
The proposed styling package includes a new front bumper with larger air intakes and a spoiler lip trimmed in carbon fiber and real gold accents, a redesigned vented hood, side skirts, a rear wing, a roof scoop, plus a new rear bumper with a diffuser, gold accents and centrally mounted twin tail pipes.
More gold accents can be found on the window surround, and the new 21-inch alloy wheels shod in tires size 245/30ZR21 at the front and 295/25ZR21 at the back.
The Duesseldorf based tuner says it can further enhance the car with a lowered sports suspension (30mm at the front and 20mm at the rear), and a custom sports exhaust system.
DMC points out that the Fakhuna is available only as a custom order and that those interested should contact the company directly for more details including pricing.
DMC’s new package for the Cayenne is called the Terra 650 and it includes a styling kit that can be installed in as little as 2 hours plus a performance upgrade for the Turbo model.
For the exterior, the German tuner offers a six-piece carbon-fiber body kit that includes a new vented hood, more pronounced side skirts, a roof spoiler and mirror caps, plus a front and rear end racing stripes.
The performance upgrade comes via a new bolt-on turbocharger kit featuring turbine wheels made of titanium-aluminium that promises to increase the Cayenne Turbo’s output from 493hp (500PS ) to 641hp (650PS).
The German tuning firm’s LP900 “Molto Veloce” upgrade package for the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 will cost potential buyers a whopping €125,000 (US$163,200) or about 20 percent more than a brand new 2012 Porsche 911 Carrera S in Germany!
The tune starts out with an exterior styling kit made out of carbon fiber priced at €19,500 (US$25,500). It includes a front splitter and spoiler, side skirts, a new rear fascia with a diffuser and a rear wing.
Another €7,800 (US$10,200) will get you a new set of alloys from ADV1. DMC says it also offers a comprehensive interior package which it does not details but prices at €17,700 (US$23,100).
Last but certainly not least, is the performance kit for the Aventador LP700-4’s V12 engine that costs €80,000 (US$104,500). DMC doesn’t provide any performance numbers but the company tells us that the car is rebranded to “LP900”, which suggests that the V12 produces 900PS – which it better for 100 grand….
"The Molto Veloce aims at Aventador owners that seek to add a little more exclusivity to their LP700" says Thorsten Grebers, Marketing Manager at DMC Germany. “The LP900 engine upgrade clearly targets speed enthusiasts," he added.