Dusseldorf-based tuner of high-end exotic cars, DMC, announced they have achieved the highly coveted, and hard to get, approval of TÜV organization that validate the safety of products of all kinds. They tested more then 30 carbon fiber samples from DMC products and declared them “safe and extremely strong.”
The part TÜV tested belonged to DMC’s latest creation, the Lamborghini Huracan Affari styling kit. Most tuning programs are designed just to make the car look cooler or go faster, with little regard for safety or quality. DMC is not like that, and they cite an example to prove it.
Take the rear wing on DMC Lamborghini Huracan. Normally, tuners just bolt on their aftermarket piece onto the car’s standard spoiler and that’s it. DMC realized doing it that way will not only results in unsightly holes drilled into the car’s body, it is also very unsafe as the wing mat get ripped off under pressure. So they went to the trouble of designing a completely new underspoiler for the wing. The same goes for all the other parts included in the package, such as the front splitter, side skirts, and the rear diffuser. And they are all made from strong carbon fiber.
The TÜV-approved DMC Huracan will be on display at the next Geneva Motor Show in March.