DMC Lamborghini Tuning showroom opens up in Manhattan, New York


Germany-based auto tuners, DMC has a long-standing history of doing up Italian cars for the US market. Now they have opened the “Lamborghini Tuning” Showroom in Manhattan, New York. To mark their entry in the U.S., they have displayed their new car called the “Toro,” based on the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560. The car features “aerodynamic components” created using dry carbon fiber, including a stylish new Front Lip, Side Skirts, Rear Diffuser and Rear Spoiler.

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On the inside, the cabin sports Italian leathers and carbon fiber. While pricing details haven’t been revealed, the cars have been finished with a new “Titanium Exhaust System,” developed by Titav Engineering.
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