Lamborghini Aventador by Capristo

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Sundern-based performance specialist Capristo has developed a new program for the Lamborghini Aventador.

Rather than go down the flamboyant route, the guys at Capristo have simply sought to lower the Aventador’s weight, stripping it down and looking at individual plastic components that it felt should be constructed from carbon fibre.

External pieces, such as the central front lip, front and side air intakes, the rear vents below the tail-lights and the diffusor have all been replaced, while underneath the Lamborghini’s skin, the engine compartment panels and trunk liner panelling have also been superseded. The quality looks impressive, with Capristo going as far as saying that its parts look even more impressive than their factory counterparts.

Obviously, Capristo had to manufacture and exhaust to suit that glorious V12-cylinder engine. Constructed using mirror finish 1.4828 stainless steel, the system features remote-controlled adjustable flaps, to suit your mood or environment.

The end result is a 40kg reduction in weight, 0.1 seconds off the 0-100 km/h time and a slightly higher top speed of 354 km/h (220 mph). At least it looks nice.





[Source: Capristo]

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