A few elitist alleys and driveways in the world are getting choc-a-bloc with Aventadors. After all, Lamborghini has seen well over 2,000 units of its fabled V12 supercar head to moneyed garages across the world. To address this crisis, Japanese supercar tuners Liberty Walk Performance(or LB Performance) have waved their wand on the bull from Sant’Agata Bolognese.
Visual enhancement comes primarily in the form of a wide body kit, not that your stock Avenatdor lacks width to start with. The kit includes trademark LB Performance riveted, as well as flared wheel arches, complimented with some subtle, yet aggressive aero elements and a completely new diffuser. The back however is dominated by a huge, oversized, race inspired wing.
The car’s suspension has also been lowered, and it sits on some slick, really wide Toyo tires with blacked out multi spoke concave wheels. Performance modifications are yet to be disclosed, but it is said to feature a modified, Armytrix exhaust system to make sure those flames keep coming.
The Liberty Walk Performance Aventador will debut at the 2014 SEMA(Specialty Equipment Market Association) Show in Las Vegas, one of the biggest aftermarket automotive conventions in the world. Although a handful of tuners from across the world have worked on the Aventador, including DMC Germany and Novitec, Italy, this one looks the most promising.
Source: Liberty Walk Performance