Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 Becomes Quattro Veloce
The tuning house likes to tell everyone that the supercar is now called the “Quattro Veloce” and has forced the vehicle to wear carbon fiber clothing. The Murcielago has received a new front fascia, featuring new, aggressive air intakes, an air splitter and a modified hood.
Moving to the side of the vehicle, we find new wings and a fresh fuel filler cap. At the rear of the car, the tuner has fitted a large diffuser and a generous wing. The Quattro Veloce’s V12 engine has been carbon fiber-caged and can be ordered with a remapped ECU.
According to the company, the kit includes a world first, in the form of diamond forged carbon fiber rims that feature a white finish. The interior of the vehicle offers a set of custom carbon fiber racing seats and comes with a special ostrich leather finish.
The Quattro Veloce kit can also be installed on the Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670 Super Veloce, but don’t expect to see too many of these creations as the tuner has announced that it will only build a limited run of 40 units. The first car is scheduled to be delivered in July.
The exterior modification package has a starting price of EUR 59,900, which includes installation and shipping to and from DMC’s headquarters in Dusseldorf. Owners who wish to have the exclusive white carbon fiber rims and the interior package, will have to pay an extra EUR 40,000.
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