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4 Mar 2013

German high performance car tuner Wheelsandmore has revealed their upgrade program for the Lamborghini Aventador.

The performance tweaks include a carbon fibre airbox, remapped ECU and a stainless steel exhaust system with adjustable valves. They claim the exhaust can be switched from a normal cruising sound, barely noticeable in the cabin, to a full-on V12 screaming experience.

The engine and exhaust work means the 6.5 litre normally aspirated V12 engine now develops 777 bhp and 553 lb/ft of torque, which gives the Aventador better in-gear performance. The 0 – 62 mph time of 2.7 seconds doesn’t change, but the 0 – 100 mph time drops to 5.5 seconds and 0 – 150 mph drops by almost a second to 13.1 seconds.

This white Aventador rides on the firm’s multi-piece 6Sporz2 forged alloys in 20” front and 21” rear sizes, with white rims and black centres. Their Aventador also runs lowered suspension giving a much more ground-hugging look. The only styling change is a black stripe running across the supercar’s length which we actually like. The overall look of the car isn’t too overstated and certainly looks better than some of the more overt tuning kits for the LP700.