The Lamborghini Aventador is one of the most aggressive and stealthy-looking cars on the market. However, tuners around the world haven’t been dissuaded by this with a host of aftermarket bodykits and wings being offered for the range-topping Lamborghini supercar. Japanese tuner Liberty Walk, has given us a preview of their widebody kit for the Aventador set to debut at the SEMA Show 2014.
The images show here, the Liberty Walk Lamborghini Aventador will feature similar styling to Liberty Walk’s Murcielago. As a result, riveted and flared wheel arches will feature prominently as will a brand new front bumper and splitter. The car will also feature more pronounced side skirts as well as a lowered suspension and massive wheels complete with Toyo Tires. In the rear, the Liberty Walk Lamborghini Aventador will utilise an absolutely massive racing-inspired rear wing more suited to the now-defunct FIA GT1 World Championship than road use! With that said, we wouldn’t expect anything less from Liberty Walk. Elsewhere, a new rear diffuser is featured alongside a modified exhaust. It is possibly that Liberty Walk will collaborate with Armytrix for a special exhaust system for its widebody Aventador.
Wheelsandmore has tuned the Lamborghin Huracan. Name the Lamborghini Huracan LP850-4 Lucifero.
Described by the company as a “stunning and powerful upgrade package,” the car has been equipped with 20- and 21-inch concave forged alloy wheels with a faux center locking system.
Bigger changes occur in the engine as Wheelsandmore has developed three different performance packages. The Stage 1 variant has a stainless steel sports exhaust system, an optimized ECU and high flow air filters. Thanks to these modifications, the 5.2-liter V10 engine that develops 640 HP and 442 lb-ft of torque – an increase of 30 HP and 29 lb-ft over the stock engine.
The Stage 2 package goes a step further as it includes a compressor kit with a reinforced clutch and a differential lock. This boosts the output to 777 HP and 516 lb-ft of torque which is an increase of 167 HP and 103 lb-ft of torque.
The last is Stage 3 package brings the total output to an impressive 850 HP and 538 lb-ft of torque.
Vorsteiner has released a gallery of its Lamborghini Aventador-V LP-740 project.
The LP700 has received an exterior makeover which includes a redesigned front bumper with built-in dual air intake surrounds made from carbon fiber. There’s also a front splitter made from carbon fiber, a central racing stripe and 20-inch front / 21-inch rear alloys shod in Pirelli P Zero tires.
Perhaps one of the best aftermarket kits for the Aventador, Vorsteiner’s package includes carbon fiber side sills and side air intake surrounds, while the back is home to a rear wing made from the same lightweight material. Rounding off the exterior changes is the carbon rear diffuser providing the vehicle with a more aggressive stance.
The “LP-740” designation stands for a bump in output from the series 700 HP and 509 lb-ft to 740 HP and 544 lb-ft obtained from the same V12 6.5-liter engine which has received an ECU remap from Hex Flash.
RevoZport has introduced its “LaMotta” tuning program for the Lamborghini Aventador. The package has received this name after Giacobbe “Jake” LaMotta, a professional American boxer who was the World Middleweight Champion in 1949. The most significant upgrade is in the engine department where the V12 6.5-liter engine now produces 820 HP, making it 120 HP more powerful than in stock configuration. Aside from gaining more power, the Aventador has gone through a massive 176 lbs diet thanks to the extensive use of carbon fiber.
Browsing the rich list of changes we notice the 6.6 lbs carbon fiber hood, Alcantara-wrapped carbon seats, redesigned rear bumper and air tunnel, as well as new side skirts and carbon door panels. RevoZport managed to squeeze the extra 120 HP by remapping the engine’s ECU and installing a new exhaust system made from inconel (a nickel-base alloy with chromium and iron) which tips the scales at only 11 lbs.
As a final touch, the tuner mounted 20-inch front and 21-inch rear Klassen ID alloys which are 3.3 lbs lighter than the ones on the standard LP700-4.
Chromed cars usually look quite stupid, and the image they present is even worse now that the trend is firmly associated with Bieber. This Lamborghini Aventador that has been covered in blue chrome by Seibon Carbon, on the other hand, just looks awesome though. We’re assuming that some of those panels are carbon fiber, but Seibon has released very little information about the car, and has not yet responded to our request for comment.
The wheels are RS04s in gloss anthracite by PUR Wheels. This is one amazing setup!
xXx Performance has launched a complete upgrade kit for the Lamborghini Gallardo.
xXx Performance has taken a 2005 Gallardo and installed LSD doors and a wide body kit. The kit includes new front and rear aprons, while the carbon fiber rear flap, wing and side mirrors were taken from a Superleggera model. The next order of business was to wrap the vehicle in black chrome complemented by the neon orange on the side skirts, roof edge and interior edges of the front air ducts.
This Lamborghini is now equipped with a G-ride air suspension with two-fold hardness adjustable KW damping. It benefits from an electronic level regulation system that incorporates an air-drying system developed by OEM Technology. The Gallardo now sits on black chrome 20-inch mbDesign KV1 Deep Concave alloys shod in Hankook S1 Evo tires.
xXx Performance also tweaked the engine deck and bumped output of the motor to 560 HP by installing a BMC carbon air-box and by optimizing the engine software. There’s also a sports exhaust system controllable via Bluetooth, while the optional bi-turbo conversions can increase output of the V10 engine to no less than 1,200 HP.
Canadian tuner have stepped up their game with this project, giving a Lamborghini Aventador in Arancio Orange athe Liberty Walk body kit from Japan. It includes a front bumper, three piece front carbon fiber splitter, carbon fiber side skirts, rear diffuser trims and a carbon fiber wing. Thanks to the black and orange color combo, there’s no mistaking this for anything other than a custom supercar, which immediately draws in your attention. The enlarged look of the air intakes just gives you the impression that every single molecule of air is going to be sucked up by the Aventador once it gets on the move. The final touch on the car is a set of new PUR 4our Depth wheels finished in the classic modern black and lumiere grey. Rather than drawing your attention, these are airy so as to push your eyes towards the body kit