Bayern-based tuning specialist Novitec has released details of its Torado program for the Lamborghini Aventador.
Visually the wind tunnel-developed aero package comprises of left and right front spoilers connected by a central blade, new air intakes, aggressive rocker panels and carbon fibre mirror casings and side intakes. Moving to the rear there’s a replacement trunk lid with integrated vents, a double diffuser section. and a choice of two wing styles The entire package can also be ordered in clear-coated carbon fibre.
The car can either be lowered by way of a sport spring kit or fully adjustable coilover set-up, while the new wheels are three-piece NL1 items, which measure 9 x 20 and 13 x 21-inches and wear Pirelli P-Zero tyres in 255/30 and 355/25 dimensions.
Moving inside, the cabin receives carbon-fibre trim on the door panels and instrument cluster with the seats trimmed in any combination of leather and Alcantara to suit the owner’s tastes. Finally, Revox supplies one of its prestige audio systems.
Novitec can provide remapped ECU software and a performance exhaust system with an adjustable valve, which releases 35 kW (48 hp) from the 6.5-litre V12. The exhaust can be also specified in Inconel, which undercuts its factory counterpart by 26 kilograms.
If you want to go the whole hog, the Bi-Kompressor package includes a pair of superchargers, new injectors, revised software, a modified induction tract and upgraded fuel pumps. This option yields a very healthy 713 kW (969 hp) and 912 Nm, allowing 100 km/h to appear in just 2.8 seconds and 200 km/h in 7.4s.