If there’s a company that should get an award for their affinity for the Lamborghini Aventador, you can’t have a better choice than Oakley Design.

The noted aftermarket company already has a program for the new Lambo supercar, but even if they do - the LP760-2 - that hasn’t stopped them from building one more.

This time around, the program continues Oakley Design’s mission in bringing more power up to the Aventador. Full specs of the new program have yet to be disclosed, but looking at the photos the company released, there’s a new exhaust system fitted into the supercar that weighs significantly less - from 45 kg/99 lbs to 6 kg/13 lbs! - than the standard equipment attached to it.

We’re dying to see what Oakley Design has in store for us when they officially complete their new tuning program for the Aventador. If we’re going to use the first program as the standard, we won’t expect anything less than the 783-horsepower output of the LP760-2.

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  (600) posted on 07.26.2012

What was the first Oakley? Did they launch it on India?

  (314) posted on 07.26.2012

For me to ask on this second built, I’d say that the original Aventador is much better than the Oakley design.

  (453) posted on 07.24.2012

If you can see what engine, they are using. You’ll be amazed by their modifications.

  (399) posted on 07.24.2012

Second build is better than their first tuning program on Lamborghini.

  (442) posted on 07.22.2012

It’s my first time to witness the work of Oakley. And I must say that I’m surprised that they can make better design on Aventador.

  (831) posted on 07.20.2012

Will there be another Oakley in the line of Lamborghini, other than Aventador?

  (762) posted on 07.18.2012

Oh great! Oakley will do it again. How much effort will they apply on this Aventador to have it once again add some HP on it and increase its top speed than their first tuning program.

  (419) posted on 07.17.2012

When it comes to Aventador, everything seems fine. With a weight like that, I don’t know if it still loaded with top-performing engines. It seems to be hollow.

  (553) posted on 07.16.2012

What’s with Oakley? Aventador is already powerful, and they are trying to spice it up with additional strength. I can’t wait for the result if this is a success of not.

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