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DMC’s bodykit for the Lamborghini Revuelto is… interesting

For those that absolutely must have a spoiler on their V12 Lamborghini

Published: 21 Jul 2023

Does German tuner DMC have listening devices planted in the Top Gear office? You see, having seen the Lamborghini Revuelto in person at the Goodwood Festival of Speed last week, there were some (who shall remain nameless for their own safety) who were critical of the latest V12 Lambo for lacking visual drama.

Having had those discussions (yeah okay, some might call them arguments), just a week later we spot DMC’s stick-on bodykit for the Revuelto. Coincidence? We think not.

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And yet, we’re not sure this is exactly how we’d add drama. The front lip spoiler bits are fairly subtle and cool, and you get some fun-looking side blades in bare carbon poking out of the sills. But once you’re round the back things all get a little silly – just look at that monster rear wing. It’s a full carbon creation and uses swan-neck stands, but it certainly looks a little incongruous up there and will look even more odd when the Revuelto’s active aero is doing its thing. Plus did the Revuelto really need a bigger diffuser?

Anyway, if you absolutely must have a wing on your big V12-engined (hybrid) Lambo, then this is one. The full kit isn’t cheap though – to have it in prepeg carbon fibre will cost you just over £31,000, or for Mansory’s favourite forged carbon look it’s nearly £39,000. Ouch.

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