Lamborghini Huracan Jeddah from tuning studio DMC

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German studio DMC Specialists were brought to the Geneva Motor Show 2016 revised version of the Lamborghini Huracan supercar, known as Jeddah – in honor of the eponymous city in Saudi Arabia.
Tuner installed on the car body kit, consisting of the side skirts, a splitter, a massive rear wing and a rear bumper with a diffuser. All elements are made of carbon-fiber body kit.
On wheels Lamborghini Huracan Jeddah flaunt 20- and 21-inch wheels, “shod” in tires dimension 244/30 and 325/25 at the front and rear respectively. Supercar also got more powerful brakes, calipers are painted red.
Tuners did not touch the technical “stuffing” compartment, so that the movement of the modified Huracan studio DMC lead standard 5.2-liter engine is the V10, which develops 610 hp.

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