The one-off Lamborghini Aventador J Speedster will find its lucky owner very soon. But for the rest of the world’s population that will never get to own a supercar as unique as this one, UK design house Prindiville Design has released a rendering of what they would do to the Aventador J Speedster if it was given an aftermarket conversion of sorts.
According to Prindiville, the work on the Aventador J Speedster begins with replacing the car’s original panels with something along the lines of carbon fiber. From there, the UK tuner would add a host of interior features, including dressing up the cabin in black leather and Alcantara while also adding a five-inch LCD TV screen, a DVD player, satellite navigation, and bespoke software featuring maps, setups, and telemetry.
Prindiville would also take in the task of upgrading the Aventador J’s braking system with new ceramic discs and an adjustable suspension. Finally, the UK tuner would give the Italian supercar a little electric tweaking, taking the car’s 6.5-liter V12 engine and increasing its output from the standard 700 horsepower all the way up to 805 horsepower, allowing the car to hit 0-62 mph in just 2.5 seconds with a top speed of 220 mph.
Of course, all of this is only theoretical because unless the owner decides to send the Avetador J Speedster, we’ll never get to see it actually happen.
Nevertheless, Prindiville founder Alex Prindiville still knows that his company can do with the one-of supercar.
“Although this model was created as a one off-example, the design which we have created showcases the beauty and technology which we are able to offer clients across ourcustom-built supercar model range including the Aventador," he said.