A tuned Aventador has made its official debut at the Auto Italia 2012 show.
Lamborghini's flagship Aventador has become the tuning supercar of choice as of late, with customized models being developed in every corner of the globe. British tuning firm Oakley Design announced last year their plans to work on one of these powerful and expensive Bulls and today at the 2012 Auto Italia Show, they have lifted the covers off their highly-anticipated work. The Lamborghini Aventador LP760-2 features a power upgrade in the form of an ECU revamp and titanium exhaust system.
These changes help the 6.5-liter V12 develop a total output of 783hp. The lightweight exhaust system saves roughly 78lbs, new HRE wheels saves about 12lbs and an aerodynamic, lightweight body kit further saves even more weight. 27 separate or modified parts have been added to the Aventador, along with a 2-wheel drive conversion, which saves about 285lbs. Production is limited to only 5 units. Check out the gallery of the Oakley Design-tuned Lamborghini Aventador LP760-2 as it is currently on display at the 2012 Auto Italia Show.