Who needs a big trunk?
We’ve seen quite a few things during our run here at MotoringExposure, but the latest photo set from DMC Exotic Car Tuning Limited by a photographer in China is one of the more comical.
We all know DMC for their sharp-edged, carbon fiber upgrades, engine tuning, and lightweight forged wheel programs for supercars and exotics, especially those from Italy, but a roof-mounted Teddy Bear is the first.
The large, fuzzy stuffed animal has been tested thoroughly in the brand’s wind tunnel to hone its aerodynamics. The company was able to create a Teddy Bear that offered a low drag coefficient with a generous amount of downforce on the rear axle. The cooling ducts on the engine cover have been enhanced with the fur’s ability to redirect air as it becomes trapped in each individual strand, thus reducing temperatures in the engine compartment.
The bear also adds 50 horsepower and 35 lb-ft. of torque.
The DMC Lamborghini Aventador with Teddy Bear was photographed by Jinze Li in Dalian, China.
DMC Exotic Car Tuning Limited has not provided details on the pricing and availability of the Teddy Bear upgrade package for the Lamborghini Aventador, however we suggest going to the local amusement park and winning one as the best way to acquire the stuffed animal.
Obviously, this is satirical and the Teddy Bear is just something that the Lamborghini driver was transporting for someone.
DMC Lamborghini Aventador Teddy Bear Gallery
Source: DMC Exotic Car Tuning
Photography Credit: Jinze Li