DMC McLaren 570s “88”
DMC has made it’s name with a stunning list of Lamborghini conversions. The Germans are so well known for their work on the italian horse, that it’s easy to neglect their respectable history with McLaren. Indeed DMC is one of few tuners that have packages ready, going all the way back to the MP412C. And today, another mile-stone is set by launching their 570s programme!
The DMC McLaren 570s “88” knows how to impress. A stunning carbon fiber line up backs up an aggressive engine and exhaust set.
Among a long list of OEM parts converted to light-weight carbon, including rear diffuser, side skirts and more, the prominent new design item is DMC’s rear wing spoiler.
DMC’s engineers develop wings that won’t require you to drill holes into your beloved super car. While other companies offer spoilers that require cutting of their bonnet sides to insert a wing, DMC guarantees no visible damage.
How did they achieve that? It’s simple yet clever. Their wing comes pre-installed on a brand new engine bonnet.
This bonnet complete replaces your original one on the car, giving you not only more weight-saving, but also a massive exposure of more carbon fiber.
So all you have to do is the take the old hood off, and replace the screws with DMC’s new engine cover. The wing already sits on it, ready to go!
This concept was so well received that the initial launch brought up two eager clients that couldn’t wait to get a wing. We present to you one 570s in black and one in white!
Looking more closely at the wing, we can’t help but agree that it’s neither too big nor too small. The angled legs beautifully integrate the lucky number 88 into the design. And the V shaped angle seem to be a new industry trend, we also saw it on the Apollo Intensa Emozione!
Let’s have a look at the new performance that DMC worked out for the 570s owners. Their ECU programme now pushes the car to 642 PS and 692 NM of torque!
Concluding, the car is now able to reach 100 KM/H per hour in 3 seconds faster than your standard car, and reaches a new maximum speed of 335 KM/H.
The exhaust is provided by no one else than Fie-Exhaust, a good choice that also helped DMC’s recents Aventador “Las Americas” to an amazing performance and sound.
At the time of this article, there were no wheels ready to be photographed, but we received confirmation that a set of new rims is already in the works and will be ready at the time when you ready this.
They will be designed in a split-size, brining 20″ to the front wheels, using 235 mm wide Pirelli Zeros, and 21″ to the rear, proudly sitting on 305 mm rubber of the same famous brand from Italy.