Oakley Design has announced their plans for a tuned Aventador called the Lamborghini Aventador LP760-2. The stock Aventador is called LP700-4 because it has around 700 horsepower (690 to be exact) and comes equipped with an all-wheel-drive system. Naturally, Oakley Design Aventador is named using the same logic, it will come with around 760 horsepower and 550 pound-feet (746 Nm) of torque and it will be strictly rear-wheel-drive. Only 5 cars will be produced, 3 have already been sold. If you don’t happen to be one of the luck 5, you can still order individual parts to make your Aventador look different from your neighbors’.
The extra horsepower will come from re-tuning the ECU, larger airbox and intakes, and an all-new light-weight titanium exhaust system. The removal of the all-wheel-drive system will reduce the car’s weight by 187 pounds (85 kilograms) and the titanium exhaust also helps with the loss of 66 pounds (30 kg). The increased power and lighter weight should make LP760-2 an even more fun to drive supercar.
Visually, the Aventador LP760-2 gets a few extra bits made out of carbon fiber including new wider side sills, bigger side air intakes behind the doors, rear-view mirrors, and a deeper rear diffuser. The Oakley Design Aventador LP760-2 will sit on light-weight custom 19” front and 20” rear forged alloy wheels, developed in collaboration with HRE Wheels. All four wheels will weigh around 35 pounds (16 kg) less than stock rims. The front wheels increase in width from 9.0” to 9.5” and the rear wheels increase in width from 12” to 13”. The wheels will be wrapped in Pirelli PZero 255/35 ZR19 front and 355/30 ZR20 rear tires.
Oakley Design hasn’t released when the Lamborghini Aventador LP760-2 will be available and what the price structure will be for the complete package and individual tuning parts.
Via: Oakley Design