DMC Lamborghini Aventador DIECI front 3/4 view

DMC Lamborghini Aventador Dieci is a Perfect Ten

DMC Lamborghini Aventador DIECI front 3/4 view

When it comes to making exotic cars even more exotic, few companies are more well-versed in the art than DMC. The German firm doesn’t go way over-the-top on the visual modifications like some of its competitors (*cough*Mansory!*cough*); rather, it goes just far enough to let people know these rides aren’t stock anymore. Of course, if the exterior mods don’t give the game away, DMC’s underhood mods certainly should.

What you see before you is the latest hopped-up Lamborghini to emerge from the DMC workshops. It’s based on the Aventador, it’s called the Dieci (the Italian word for “ten”), and it’s very, very green. But the story of this extra-loco Lamborghini doesn’t end there.

DMC Lamborghini Aventador DIECI rear 3/4 closeup

The already aggressive Aventador shape gets flashy new carbon fiber aero appendages. Specifically, the front has a new splitter and canard flaps, the sides have new wider skirts, and the rear gets a new hexagonal two-piece diffuser and a fixed rear wing. The wheels, meanwhile, have been replaced with a set of custom alloys finished in a deep, dark shade of bronze.

Lift up one of the two doors, and you’re greeted with an interior trimmed in additional carbon fiber in areas like the instrument binnacle and center console. Carbon fiber also features on the custom steering wheel, as does neon green stitching to match the exterior; the stitching is carried over onto the dashboard and other areas.

DMC Lamborghini Aventador DIECI steering wheel

All the aforementioned appearance revisions are nice, but not as nice as the revisions to the engine. DMC has fitted the 6.5L V12 with 12 individual throttlebodies, a remapped ECU, a higher-volume fuel delivery system (pumps, lines and injectors), and a titanium exhaust system that weighs just 7.6 lbs. The result of these new bits and pieces is a claimed 888 horsepower. Heavens to Murgatroyd!

So why is DMC calling this bad boy the Dieci? Because they will be building one of these for every 10 of the “regular” Aventador tuning packages they sell. No word how much money you’ll have to fork over for the privilege of putting a DMC Dieci in your garage, but we’re guessing it will be a rather hefty sum.

Source: DMC