DMC has today released some rendering photos of the package it is preparing for the Lamborghini Revuelto, so that it will be ready when deliveries of the new Italian supercar begin in the fourth quarter of 2023.
The new aerodynamic package is made entirely of carbon fiber, with DMC admitting that the Revuelto is a great car, but as it comes out of the factory it can look a little tame.
To remedy this, the body kit parts were designed to make it look more aggressive, while DMC says they improve airflow and increase downforce.
At the front, there is a new splitter with integrated side wings, a new hood and new fenders, which carry air vents. The profile remains largely unchanged, but the side fins have been repainted to better match the kit.
Changes are more extensive at the rear, where the redesigned rear bumper features additional openings between the revised diffuser, while the massive rear spoiler impresses.
DMC says the package takes about 420 minutes to install, with costs coming in at $39,990 when built from prepreg carbon and $49,990 when built from forged carbon. Some parts can be purchased separately, with the front splitter, rear diffuser and spoiler selling for $8,590 (prepreg carbon) or $10,490 (forged carbon) each.
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