U.K. tuner company Prindiville took on Lamborghini’s latest model, the Aventador LP700-4, and managed to turn out a grand result.
On the outside, the tuner crafted a kit from aircraft-grade carbon fiber, which, according to Prindiville, cuts weight down by 65 percent, replacing standard components all the way around. A variety of options are available for the inside, with a selection of upholstery and leathers in a range of colors and the option of polished milled aluminum trim.
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Prindiville even tweaked the V-12’s performance a bit with a much lighter titanium exhaust system, and an upgraded ecu. Breaking and suspension have also been upgraded to improved stopping power.
More details are to come, as the kit approaches its release but we know that only 8 will be produced
Refresher: The Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 will be powered by a 6.5L V12 engine making 690-hp and 509 lb-ft of torque. Mated to the company’s new ISR (Independent Shifting Rod) 7-speed transmission, 0 to 60 mph will come in 2.9 seconds with a top speed of 217 mph. The Aventador is an all-wheel-drive supercar courtesy of Lamborghini’s Haldex 4-wheel drive system. Prices for the Lamborghini Aventador start at $387,000.
By: Alexandra Koken