Lamborghini Aventador gets first tuned from Oakley Design


Can you make the new Lamborghini Aventador looks and performs any better? According to Oakley Design, yes, you can. Oakley Design of Europe took the first stab at tuning the Italian supercar.

Nothing is drastically can be done to make Lamborghini Aventador looks and performs any better, but only to enhance its beauty and potent power a bit. For starter, Oakley Design tuned the engine to produce 760 horsepower and 550 pound-feet of torque with the help of a reprogrammed ECU, addition of a larger airbox and intake, and an easy-flow titanium exhaust system.

To make the Lamborghini Aventador stands out a bit, Oakley Design added its signature wheels with 19-inch/20-in front/rear that are wrapped in Pirelli PZero tires. Aerodynamic parts such as wider side sills, larger side vents, and a larger rear diffuser further help enhance the look as well as performance. To round out the look, carbon-fibre door mirrors and engine bay covers along with the black carbon roof to give the Aventador its distinctive Oakley Design look.

Production of the Oakley Design Lamborghini Aventador LP760-2 will be limited to just five cars, and three of these cars are already sold bearing a unique number.