Lamborghini Aventador dressed in massive rear wing in Japan image

Japanese tuning specialist Aimgain has delivered what qualifies as an over the top Lamborghini Aventador thanks to their new body kit displayed during the recently concluded 2016 Tokyo Auto Salon.

Having a Lamborghini Aventador is a statement in itself but if you really want to stand out in the crowd – quite literally – you need this outlandish tuning program, which could be a good alternative if you grew tired of the Liberty Walk modifications. This particular project is also one of those love/hate jobs – we see the front comes with a modified bumper with bigger vents and connected to a massive splitter to bring us a taste of the SV feeling. On the side we’re treated to a bespoke suspension that turned the Aventador into a crazy low rider and we also noticed the two-tone wheels and carbon fiber side skirt attachments which have an emotional impact on our retina. But of course the icing on the cake is represented by the Aimgain touch – the outlandishly massive wing made from carbon fiber. The looks are completed by the matching large diffuser fitted with dual tailpipes that signal the exhaust system is also an aftermarket job.

By the way, if you think the tuners are crazy, just remember Lamborghini itself has delivered to the world the Veneno special series and quite soon we’ll be treated to the “Centenario” model that is designed to celebrate 100 years since the birth of the company’s founder – with the vehicle as well based off the Aventador flagship.