Τελικά η βελτιωμένη Lamborghini Gallardo του Σουηδού σκιέρ Jon Olsson είναι δημιουργία της DMC. Το αυτοκίνητο έχει ονομαστεί Gallardo “Ski Transporter” και ο Olsson θα την χρησιμοποιήσει για τις μετακινήσεις του για τον χειμώνα του 2012, αφήνοντας στην άκρη το Nissan GT-R του.
Η Gallardo διαθέτει νέο bodykit, έχει επενδυθεί με αυτοκόλλητο βινυλίου σε λευκό, μαύρο και γκρι χρώμα (Winter Camo το ονομάζει), φορά φώτα LED, και μια μεγάλη μπαγαζιέρα για να μεταφέρει τα σκι του με ταχύτητα έως 250 χλμ/ώρα με απόλυτη ασφάλεια.
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DMC refines Jon Olsson’s Gallardo, goes nuts and calles it “Ski Transporter” (1 of 1 unicum).
German luxury tuner DMC celebrates the official premier of Jon Olsson’s Gallardo “Ski Transporter”
When it comes to Lamborghini Tuning, nobody is currently more aggressive than DMC’s engineers. What example could be better to showcase their crazy work than Jon Olsson’s latest “Ski Transporter”. The German team worked closely with Jon to transform his Gallardo from concept to reality. The result is an awesome and unique body kit that is going to wow everybody – guaranteed.
Jon Olsson is a famous winter-sport artist from Sweden that has become famous in the automobile world because of his LP670 Superveloce. He transformed the his LP670 into a never-before-seen car by adding a ski-box on top of the limited edition Murcielago. The ski box, a rather useful and efficient tool, on top of a sports car that is all about passion, could there be more contrast? When Jon sold it and ordered his new Aventador, he was faced with a dilemma though: The waiting times on the latest bull from Sant’Agata turned out longer than widely expected – The idea for the Gallardo “Ski Transporter” was born.
Taking a basic Gallardo of the first generation as a base car, DMC brought in their GT3 front and added a fresh new look to the exotic. The front diffuser not only makes the front more aggressive, but also helps by adding downforce to the front-axle. Naturally the components are made of Carbon Fiber, DMC’s favorite material.
The rear of the car was transformed by using OEM components: A brand new rear-deck lid, new lights with LED elements and a new bumper made the look complete, as well as the brand new rear diffuser.
“Here’s to the crazy ones”, and when DMC teams up with Jon Olsson you can expect more than the regular. One item actually not shown off so far is the SV wing, which Jon loved so much from his original LP670. He had DMC reproduce the SV wing with feets that could be mounted on the regular Gallardo. The only reason we have so far not seen it is because it would have blocked the engine bay from opening. But what not is can soon be – stay tuned.
To complete the optical package, the Gallardo was wrapped in camouflage design, making the overall special look blend in with the rest of the components.
DMC’s “Ski Transporter” can be seen in a variey of places that Jon plans to visit, check out his blog to get more details.
About DMC: Located in the beautiful city of Duesseldorf, DMC Exotic Cat Tuning is currently leading the race for high-tech quality carbon fiber production on an industrial level. The company’s founders have been actively involved in tuning Ferraris and Lamborghinis for many years before deciding to start DMC. Nowadays, the company’s focus is on the refinement of luxury automobiles by creating dynamically enhanced body kits & car interiors. A strong focus on carbon fiber and special leathers like Ostrich define the German tuner’s design character. We welcome you to visit http://www.DMC.ag to learn more about our line of carbon fiber designs for Lamborghini and Ferrari automobiles.