Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Fri, 05/20/2016 - 06:06
Like the 740HP from the SV weren't enough to mendle the beast, Novitec joins the power camp and pushes the car to 786HP, thanks to a new, lighter exhaust system and a healthy remap.
Sure they didn't stop here, the German tuner has some carbon fiber goodies prepared to enhance the car's exterior, which include 2-piece front splitter, aero sideskirts, a new diffuser and spoiler - all tested in a wind tunnel.
Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Sun, 05/08/2016 - 06:46
As many of you know, the famous Gumball3000 rally was being held last week, with participants covering 3000 miles between Dublin ( IRL ) and Bucharest ( ROU ), this year the last checkpoing before finish happened in my hometown.
Managed to skip work for a couple of hours and took some photos, they are not the greatest, place was crowded, very crowded.
Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Tue, 03/03/2015 - 03:55
The time has come to meet the SV variant of the ultimate bull, the Aventador SuperVeloce. It looks just as you'd expect from a hardcore SV, with redesigned aerodynamic package, features a lot more aggressive body panels, starting with the front splitter, air vents, finished in carbon fiber.
Sideskirts are also finished in carbon, upper flaps and a massive wing on the back also suffer from the same treatment. The rear bumper has been radically redesigned with a lower carbon diffuser, darker tail lights, makes the rear look a lot more dramatic.
Submitted by Dan Youn on Tue, 04/01/2014 - 22:57
If you're a hardcore supercar fan, be cautious because this video might hurt to watch. A matte black Aventador is seen crashing into several cars in Knightsbridge, London. Apparently, the Aventador was racing a Maserati GranTurismo Sport on Sloan Street when all of a sudden a Mazda minivan juts out a little too far. Maybe the minivan driver thought that he/she had more time, but it's hard to judge how quickly a supercar like the Aventador can go. It's equally hard to calculate how fast the driver in the Aventador was really going. Either way, the street became way too narrow for the wide supercar and the driver ends up hitting the left fender of the Mazda, launching the car several feet in the air.
Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Thu, 01/03/2013 - 05:13
That's exactly what Prestige Design Miami did, took an Aventador LP700, dressed it in a full carbon fiber aero kit from DMC Racing and slaped some ADV.1 5.1SL in matte black finish.
source: ADV.1 Blog
Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Mon, 11/12/2012 - 11:38
While Murcielago had a fabric roof, the Aventador has an carbon fiber roof, which weights 6kg and can be removed by hand in a few seconds.
Because of the new roof, the car’s rear pillars had to be redesigned to provide additional strength when driving without the roof. These also provide extra ventilation to the power unit and offer more rollover protection.
Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Tue, 05/01/2012 - 13:52
Submitted by Dan Youn on Mon, 03/19/2012 - 14:55
The Lamborghini LP700-4 Aventador is pretty recent and does not have much shoes to pick from. Therefore, the American company Forgiato Wheels decided to stylize the car. They wanted to show the same aggressive lines on the Aventador with these wheels. The wheel features sharp lines and are concaved, giving the LP700-4 Aventador a clean and nice stance.
In this photoshoot, the Aventador was fitted with 20 x 9.2 inch wheels in the front and 21 x 13.5 inch wheels in the back. They look damn good too! Check out the photos!