Lamborghini Huracan Afari, a Tuning Kit by DMC

DMC Lamborghini Huracan Afari LP630 4 photos
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German tuner DMC has already shown its fetish for the Raging Bull thanks to the bouquet of Aventador goodies it has released, so it was only normal for them to work on the Lamborghini Huracan. For now, we receive a few images that offer us a taste of things to come.
Dubbed DMC Huracan LP630 Affari, the project is currently in the development stage. The V10 supercar will be gifted with an aero package that can be labeled under “tastefully restrained”.

To be more specific, we get some sort of a carbon fiber armor around the lower edges of the Huracan, something similar to what the Gallardo Super Trofeo Stradale offered. This also includes a fixed rear wing at the rear. Moreover, the Huracan has kept its quad exahust tips, but the layout now features asymmetrical tips, with the change making quite a visual difference.

Perhaps not as a coincidence, DMC portrays its Huracan in what appears to be Rosso Mars, a hue that was also introduced on the aforementioend special edition of the Gallardo. The list of eye-catching modifications is topped off by a set of custom wheels, which come with an angular design that fits the traditional edginess of Lamborghini’s styling. The front axle receives 20-inch rims, while the rear axle is gifted with 21-inch units.

As the adjacent designation reveals, DMC takes the Huracan’s 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10 20 hp above the factory level, offering 630 horses. As expected, the extra motivation comes via an ECU remap.

We’ll return to the Huracan-improving topic as soon as DMC releases the actual details of the Affari, which, by the way, means “affairs” in Italian.
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