Lamborghini has only just launched its new flagship supercar, LP700-4 Aventador, and Oakley Design has already come up with a tuning package for it. Called the Lamborghini Aventdor LP760-2, the car receives various engine and cosmetic revisions.
The V12 unit will receive an ECU remap, a tweaked airbox, new air intake pipping, as well as a titanium exhaust system. This will allow the engine to deliver around 760 hp and 745 Nm of torque. Avid readers will recognise the alteration of the 2 at the end of the Aventador headline, giving away a clue to the car’s driveline change. In standard form the Aventador is four-wheel drive, but Oakley Design thought it needed a bit more excitement so the LP700 has been converted to rear-drive.
The LP760-2 will ride on ultra-light, forged alloy rims, which are 4.0 kg lighter each compared to the stock wheels. The car will keep its factory tires, which means that we’ll get Pirelli PZero rubber (255/35 at the front and 355/30 at the rear).
The Oakley will also tweak the Lambo’s aerodynamics, replacing a part of the car’s parts. Thus, the front and rear fascias will be redesigned to offer better cooling, while the side air intakes will be placed behind the doors and the side skirts will also receive a few touches. All the aforementioned parts will be made of carbon fiber.
Limited to just five cars that sport a unique numbered plaque, three of Lamborghini Aventdor LP760-2 have been already sold. Oakley Design will sell the parts separately however, to anyone who is already bored with the idea of a standard Aventador. [Oakley Design]