Lamborghini Huracan by DMC Gets Scooped

DMC Germany is a company on our shortlist of the hot Italo-German transformations. These guys will take an Aventador to the next level and beyond and have shown considerable skill with McLarens or Porsches.
Lamborghini Huracan by DMC 1 photo
Photo: DMC Germany
Going back to the brand that made them famous, DMC has just previewed a potential tuning project for the hot new bull on the block, the Huracan which replaces the Gallardo. Their teaser photo might or might not actually become a reality, but it's the first Huracan with an air scoop we've ever seen.

Carbon fiber is visible throughout, on the front air splitter, side skirts and rear wing, all of which have blade-like designs. The style is similar to the LP900 body kit they created for the Aventador and has that blade-like sharpness that defines a Sant'Agata supercar's character.
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