Oakley Design Lamborghini Aventador LP760-2 Announced
The Lamborghini Aventador has been released only several weeks ago and we already have a tuning program under development, courtesy of Oakley Design. Dubbed the “LP760-2”, it comes with a rear-wheel drive system and has lost its front differential along with the related parts. By doing this, the tuning company says that they’ve managed to shave off 187 pounds (85 kg).
In addition, the ECU of the V12 6.5-liter engine has been remapped and the tuning firm says that they expect to increase the output of the power unit to 760 hp (771 PS / 567 kW) and 550 lb.-ft (745 Nm) of torque, which is 70 hp (71 PS / 52 kW) and 41 lb.-ft (55 Nm) more than the standard specifications of the engine.
Design-wise, the Lamborghini Aventador LP760-2 by Oakley Design will feature redesigned bumpers, updated side skirts, along with a new rear diffuser. Other goodies include the carbon fiber roof and the lightweight alloy rims wrapped around Pirelli PZero rubber.
We don’t have any information regarding the price tag of this extreme car, but we do know that Oakley Design will make only five of them, and three units have been already sold.
Source: Oakley Design via WCF
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