An impressive modified Lamborghini Aventador has been recently unveiled by the guys at RevoZport and the model in question has received some interesting updates.
According to the tuning company, the Lamborghini Aventador in question has dropped 80 kg from its original weight, from 1,600 kg to 1,520 kg, thanks to the use of carbon fiber, which can be found on the hood, on the rear bumper, on the door panels, on the seats and so on. The Lamborghini Aventador pictured below has also received a new aerokit, which is highlighted by the side skirts, by the different rear bumper with the air tunnel design, by the front extended lip with canards and by the trunk spoiler, which can increase down force.
The most significant changes brought to this Italian supercar can be found under the hood, where the engine has received some ECU remapping and a new set of inconel exhaust system, which weighs just 5 kg. The total output produced now stands at 820 HP. Changes have ended with the wheels, signed by Klassen ID, and they are made from aluminum. They are 20- and 21-inch in size and they have been designed to fit the Aventador. Additional details on the modified Italian supercar are limited for the moment.
Source: GT Spirit