2012 Lamborghini Sport Cars Aventador LP760-2 Oakley DesignOakley Design has created a new Lamborghini product. Based on Aventador LP700-4, Lamborghini LP760-2 Aventador is the newest product from Lamborghini that only 5 cars in production. Lamborghini has only just launched its new flagship supercar and Oakley Design has already come up with a tuning package for it. Called the Lamborghini Aventdor LP760-2, the car receives various engine and cosmetic revisions.
2012 Lamborghini Sport Cars Aventador LP760-2 Oakley DesignWith a focus on 2012 Lamborghini Sport Cars Aventador LP760-2 Oakley Design appearance alone, one can see sporty look by adding a larger airbox, intake diameter titanium exhaust system and a new range of lighter and wider wheels. These additions only a glimpse of what happens under the 2012 Lamborghini Sport Cars Aventador LP760-2 Oakley Design hood. The 2012 Lamborghini Sport Cars Aventador LP760-2 Oakley Design so worked up to 253 pounds lighter than the standard model and ECU remap, 60 horsepower stronger. The V12 engine now delivers 760 horsepower and a superb standard 700 hp. Another impressive element of this 2012 Lamborghini Sport Cars Aventador LP760-2 Oakley Design package is that the force will be sent to the rear wheels. No word yet on how the extra 60 ponies and their means will affect the performance of this car, but expect a little better than a 0-60 mph time of 2.9 seconds when the plant model.
2012 Lamborghini Sport Cars Aventador LP760-2 Oakley DesignThe Lamborghini Aventador, the successor to the Murciélago, has just begun deliveries to a few select customers. And while the car itself can be considered special and rare, there has not been a limited edition or performance model announced. But the Lamborghini tuning experts at Oakley Design already have a limited edition model planned, one that boasts rear-wheel drive, carbon fiber aerodynamics, and a 760 bhp engine. The new 2012 Lamborghini Sport Cars Aventador LP760-2 Oakley Design uses a state-of-the-art 6.5-liter V-12 engine positioned behind the driver to achieve unrivaled performance. Although the V-12 is rated at 690 bhp and 508 lb-ft. of torque stock, Oakley Design has set its sights on 760 bhp and 550 lb-ft. of torque. The power increase will come from a new titanium exhaust that saves over 66 lbs., a retuned ECU, bigger airbox, and larger diameter intake feed pipe. The new exhaust will also proudly wear the Oakley Design logo on the exhaust cover and burnt blue tips.
2012 Lamborghini Sport Cars Aventador LP760-2 Oakley DesignOakley Design’s goals for the Lamborghini Aventador were to shed weight wherever possible without sacrificing comfort, and to create a truly unique sports car. To do this, Oakley Design is working to remove the front differential, drive shafts, and other drivetrain parts that send power to the front wheels, thus saving approximately 187 lbs. (85 kg), and creating a rear-wheel drive monster.
2012 Lamborghini Sport Cars Aventador LP760-2 Oakley DesignDespite having a carbon-fibre bodyshell, the 2012 Lamborghini Sport Cars Aventador LP760-2 Oakley Design has many gloss black plastic parts. The two plastic front bumper and two rear bumper trims will be extended to aid cooling, as will the side air intakes located behind the doors. The new parts will be made from carbon-fibre, as will the new side sills with their slightly larger vents. The sills can either be colour-coded to the bodywork, with the air vents picked out in carbon, or left completely in exposed carbon finish for a more aggressive look. Developed in the MIRA wind tunnel, the rear Gurney flap, matched to a deeper rear diffuser with longer, deeper boundary layer fences, helps high-speed stability and grip on both two and four-wheel-drive versions. The carbon-fibre door mirrors and engine bay covers are direct replacement parts. Along with the black carbon roof, they give this very special Aventador its distinctive Oakley Design look.
2012 Lamborghini Sport Cars Aventador LP760-2 Oakley DesignIn addition to the drivetrain upgrades, Oakley Design is working with HRE to create a new ultra-light, forged alloy wheel is being developed in conjunction with our partner HRE. Weighing around 4.0kg less per corner than the factory alloys, this is the distinctive Oakley Design P40 design used on our Ferrari and Porsche based models, and utilize the factory 255/35ZR19 front and 355/30ZR20 rear Pirelli PZero tires. At the front, Oakley has increased the wheel width from 9.0J to 9.5 inches at the front and 12.0J to 13.0J at the rear for even greater grip. Although the majority of owners will purchase just the carbon-fibre parts, sports exhaust and re-mapped ECU, a few hard-core clients are interested in a rear-drive only option for further weight saving and increased performance.