We have tremendous respect for tuning firms that are able to make a car like the Lamborghini Aventador that much more amazing. Not many have been able to pull it off, but after Oakley Design’s work on the Ferrari 458 Italia, we knew they’d be one of the few to make it happen. To illustrate just how fantastic this package fits with the Aventador, Oakley Design will only be producing five units, and three of them have already been sold.

Focusing on the looks alone, anyone can see the sportier appearance given by the addition of a larger airbox, an intake feed pipe diameter, a titanium exhaust system, and a new set of lighter and wider wheels. Those additions only hint at what’s going on under the hood. Oakley Design worked up the Aventador so that it became 253 lbs lighter than the standard model and, with the help of an ECU remap, 60 HP stronger. The V12 engine now delivers a whopping 760 HP, up from the standard 700 HP. Another impressive feature for this package is that the power will be sent to the rear wheels; no all-wheel drive for this baby. No word yet on how these extra 60 ponies and their delivery will affect the car’s performance, but expect to see a slightly better 0-60 mph time than the 2.9 seconds provided from the factory model.

UPDATE 05/20/2012: Oakley Design has unveiled a new set of images for their LP760-2 package based on the Lamborghini Aventador. The images show the 1st unit of only 5 set to be produced.

UPDATE 08/06/12: Option Auto has released a couple of videos featuring the Aventador LP760-2 by Oakley Design. In the first video, the French magazine gives out details about the car similar to a brief rundown of what you can expect with it. The second video, on the other hand, is a good ’ol fashion track shakedown. Check out the videos after the jump!

  • 2012 Lamborghini LP760-2 Aventador by Oakley Design
  • Year:
    2012
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    V12
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    760
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Option Auto Gives Its Take On the Aventador LP760-2 by Oakley Design


Option Auto Shakes Down the Aventador LP760-2 by Oakley Design


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28 comments:

  (331) posted on 08.31.2012

Oakley Design done a great job in putting some tweaks to Lamborghini LP760-2 Aventador. I’m sure many supercar enthusiasts will be lured.

  (1333) posted on 08.30.2012

Aventator has lots of similarities from other Lamborghini models. But I can’t deny the truth that this is truly one awesome car!

  (442) posted on 08.15.2012

Almost there is no difference from the one that designed by Capristo. The shape and edges are almost the same. The only difference is the back lights.

  (647) posted on 08.14.2012

Despite of different color and model concept, this car still amazes me and I think everybody will have a great time driving this car.

  (596) posted on 08.13.2012

This one looks great. With quite different model concept, and the color, you can surely make everybody amazed with this car.

  (419) posted on 06.14.2012

I guess Oakley Design is most efficient on installing – removing components to make its weight lighter. Moreover, the engine modification is not bad.

  (677) posted on 06.7.2012

Oakley Design is another malfunction; it accentuated the features instead.

  (458) posted on 05.28.2012

Weren’t they supposed to make it more fashionable? Anyhow, it’s not neglected. It just deeply focused more on the features.

  (570) posted on 05.24.2012

It’s still surreal to me how Oakley Design has managed to enhance even its performance. I was not surprised by the fact that they could drop its weight though.

  (448) posted on 05.22.2012

Oakley Design is a great help to this car’s more powerful and faster performance! The weight has been reduced, and the ponies have been increased.

  (484) posted on 11.28.2011

The engine output of this Aventador is truly so awesome for this sports vehicle! I also love the aggressiveness and the angst that this one had. I’m just only quite curious on its interior.

  (276) posted on 11.24.2011

760 horsepower is absolutely so awesome for this Aventador. Well, it is really what I’ve expected for a Lamborghini vehicle! It was truly oozing with angst and very appealing! I just only hope that they use some update on it.

  (502) posted on 11.23.2011

What’s the modification that they did on this Aventador, except on its body paint? Anyway, it was still looking so aggressive and awesome for me and even with its powerful engine output.

  (530) posted on 11.22.2011

I can’t wait for its updated article! I already want to know if what are the other great and awesome feature that it can offer aside from its impressive exterior appearance and to its engine output.

  (466) posted on 11.21.2011

I’m so impressed with the aggressiveness of this Lamborghini sports car and the engine output of it, is really quite good enough for this one. However, I wonder if it also had a safety feature that it can offer?

  (831) posted on 11.16.2011

Too plain, but still looking so aggressive! Anyway, I noticed that it looks broad on its platform, and I wonder if it can affect on its speed performance? Furthermore, I’m so impressed with its powerful engine.

  (374) posted on 11.9.2011

The good thing about this Aventador is that, they didn’t only focus on a good-looking car but also on how they could boost a powerful engine for this one. Well, this one could surely one of their best seller cars.

  (467) posted on 09.26.2011

Lotus Elise and this Lamborghini LP760-2 Aventador had the same platform. I think. Anyway, despite that those two are a very appealing and attractive sports car, I just don’t think that its 760 horsepower can beat the other sports car.

  (532) posted on 05.20.2011

Well, we just have to wait and see for ourselves if there would indeed be radical builds for the Aventador. But one radical build that I would want to see is the one where they enhance the engine more.

  (498) posted on 05.19.2011

Yup, that one would be a rather interesting wait. Maybe by next year, we will be seeing some of the more radical takes on the Aventador. Hennessey, for one, has yet to work on this.

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