The Lamborghini Murcielago LP 640 has undergone the tuner treatment in the hands of German tuner DMC that has led to a new version of the luxury sports car that has been named the “Quattro Veloce.” And has is perhaps the norm, carbon fiber elements features prominently in the new upgraded version of the car.
So the Murcielago in the Quattro Veloce avatar has a whole new front look that has aggressive air intakes, an air splitter along with a redesigned hood. Fresh new wings and a new fuel filler cap make up the sides of the car while at the rear, there’s an oversized diffuser as well quite a large wing.
Powering the Quattro Veloce will be a V12 engine that is housed within a cage again made of carbon fiber. DMC has revealed there’s also a version available that will have a remapped ECU while the package will also include diamond forged carbon fiber rims that boasts of white finish, something that the German tuner says is a world first.
In the interior, the package has on offer custom carbon fiber racing seats complete with a special ostrich leather finish. And for those who haven’t heard much of DMC, the 2010 Rolls-Royce Ghost ‘Numero Uno’ has been the creation of this very tuning company.