Having previously created tuned versions of the Ferrari 458, Porsche GT2 and Porsche Panamera, Oakley Design have now set their sights on the Lamborghini Aventador and produced something quite special. The Aventador is an extreme vehicle to start with, so Oakley settled on minor adjustments and improvements that keep with the cars original feel.
The tuned LP760-2 will unfortunately only be limited to 5 cars, with 3 of those already sold. Oakley do note that individual parts will still be made available for those looking to do their own modifying. As it always seems to be the case with these special edition cars, each will have a unique numbered plaque noting which number it is in the production.
As far as changes go on this design, the wheel width has been increased to 9.5 inch at the front and 13.0J at the rear, creating a wider footprint and increasing mechanical grip. Further changes, including the use of ultra-light forged alloy and suspension upgrade alternatives have resulted in the kerb weight been reduced by about 85kg. The 2 Plastic front and rear bumper trims, as well as the side air intakes have been extended to increase cooling.
Onto performance, it seems that Oakley were not satisfied with the Aventadorís output of 690bhp and 690Nm of torque and look to increase those figures to 760bhp and 745Nm of torque. This is achieved by an ECU remap optimizing a larger airbox, intake feed pipe diameter and a titanium exhaust, which has also reduced weight by over 30kg.