When 515kW (690hp!) from your Lamborghini Aventador’s 6.5-litre V12 isn’t enough, and a top speed of 350km/h just isn’t up to the mark, German tuner Novitec has the answers. Known for its ability to extract maximum performance from Ferraris and Maseratis, the go-fast specialist has now set its sight on Sant'Agata Bolognese’s finest.
With the aim of “maximising form and function”, the Novitec Aventador features a carbonfibre aero package, wind tunnel tested to increase downforce and give the car a more “aggressive” appearance.
The big V12 has been revised with new engine management software and ultra-lightweight, free-flow exhaust. Final engine output is yet to be confirmed, but it should be enough to lower the car’s already outrageous 2.9sec time for the 0-100km/h sprint.
Suspension is upgraded the big bull wears custom 20 inch alloy rims. Inside, the cockpit can be optioned with a range of carbon elements.
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