German based DMC has been putting teasers online about their new Aventador kit for a while now, finally today we get to see the entire package … or to put it in the words of DMC themselves: ‘12.12.12 the Bull unleashed’.
The DMC Aventador SV is in fact an evolution of the already known Molto Veloce kit that has been available on the market for a while now, only recently a matte white Aventador was shown with the full kit at the 2012 SEMA show, receiving lots of positive comments we might add … but DMC hasn’t been standing still, they actually took the entire concept to the next level … or should we say STAGE 2 as DMC calls this evolution.
In fact the original Molto Veloce kit will now be known as the STAGE 1 kit, to which this new STAGE 2 kit can be added as some parts of the DMC Aventador SV are taken from the Molto Veloce kit with the addition of a brand new front and rear bumper … the latter are priced at 12,500 Euro each by the way.
But there is a catch … even if you have money burning a hole in your pocket you might not be able to get hold of this STAGE 2 evolution. For one the production of the both the front and rear bumper in carbon fiber is limited at ten units, which let’s face it isn’t too much … DMC wanted to keep this impressive evolution of their STAGE 1 kit very exclusive.
In fact DMC goes one step further in maintaining exclusivity for their customers … the new front and rear bumper from this STAGE 2 kit can not be ordered just like that, in fact as an owner of a Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 you must have the DMC Molto Veloce kit already installed to even be able to apply for this STAGE 2 kit … and every single application will be scrutinized by DMC to ensure no two Aventador will look the same.
Requirements to be able to buy the STAGE 2 kit are based on location, owner and even shade of the Raging Bull … the car on this page is based in Hong Kong and finished in the classic Arancio Argos shade … so DMC will not sell a second kit like this in the same area to be mounted on another orange Aventador … exclusivity taken to the ultimate level.
However when you keep in mind the type of customer that would apply for this STAGE 2 kit I don’t think a full respray of the Aventador will be a problem … these people still have enough money to burn on creating a one of a kind Raging Bull anyway … or should that be one of ten?
So what makes this new DMC Aventador SV or STAGE 2 kit so special you might ask … for one just take a look at the photos, that front bumper looks like it has been taken straight from the Aventador J we’ve seen in Geneva earlier this year … naturally it isn’t a perfect replica … DMC made it even better. Sure those typical vertical fins are there, but other than that DMC continued by improving the design to create more stability and a better airflow into the large air intakes.