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Wheelsandmore has done it again.

Not that we should be surprised considering the talents of these guys, but when they decided to put their German tuning talents to good use and work one of the finest Italian supercars on the planet, we have to give kudos where they are due.

The car we’re talking about is the Lamborghini Aventador and Wheelsandmore gave it quite the modification, even calling it the "Rabbioso," which apparently means ’angry’ when translated to English. Quite the description, huh?

First up on Wheelsandmore’s Rabbioso program is the car’s revamped looks, which features a new Mocha Brown paint finish, complete with a new set of 20" 6Sporz ² forged wheels wrapped in 355/25/21 Pirelli tires. The rims also carry the same mocha-brown finish and are complemented by a matte black wheel center.

Under the hood of the Italian supercar, Wheelsandmore decided to treat the Aventador’s 6.5-liter V12 with an electronic map optimization, as well as a new carbon fiber air box and a flip-controlled exhaust system, netting an increased output of 777 horsepower and 553 lb/ft of torque, up from the standard model’s 700-horsepower and 509 lb/ft of torque output.

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  (365) posted on 06.26.2012

Wheelsandmore’s aggressive tuning is extreme; it has dealt with great dynamic modification.

  (325) posted on 06.25.2012

It’s totally angry and mad. Why can’t it be fashionable?

  (224) posted on 06.22.2012

I see it as an aggressive-performing cool car.

  (543) posted on 06.21.2012

I don’t like the name Rabbioso on Lamborghini Aventador. It has a strong stance and a powerful output, but not that mad-looking car like the way they want to call it.

  (194) posted on 06.20.2012

I’m only astounded by the speed improvement by Wheelsandmore.

  (683) posted on 06.18.2012

It’s not angry-looking on me, but if talking about the speed, maybe it fits the name.

  (830) posted on 06.14.2012

More than a supercar, it actually looks like something that an elite person would buy for its exquisite luxurious quality, especially on the outside.

  (441) posted on 05.17.2012

Wheelsandmore apparently tuned this up to be more noticeable than it already is. It looks great in that color.

  (466) posted on 05.13.2012

It’s literally like a chocolate car resulting from its ingenious paint finish; this will be popular than it already is, because of that. It outshines the engine, which is not really all that impressive as it didn’t get a massive engine upgrade.

  (553) posted on 05.10.2012

Wheelsandmore rocks. I like this Mocha Brown paint job; its chocolate-like color with a matte finish really appeals to my appetite quite literally. LOL. Anyway, I also love its wheels, for the most part, because it absolutely complements the body. And of course, how could I not mention the impressive tuning on the engine? That wasn’t such a large increase, but the optimization system is cool.

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