Lighter, more powerful, and far more exclusive, the Lamborghini Aventador SV represents the pinnacle of performance for the entire Aventador lineup. It was launched at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show and only three months after that, all 600 units of the supercar were spoken for. That’s how popular the Aventador SV turned out to be, living up to the incredibly high expectations set by its predecessor, the Diablo SV.

With so much acclaim attached to it, German tuner Wheelsandmore has hitched its wagon on the Aventador SV with its first kit for the exclusive supercar. It’s called the “LaMaXXina” program, and as you can expect, it’s got all elements of a traditional Wheelsandmore program.

That’s not going to sit well with some owners of the Aventador SV, especially those who prefer to have their exotics receive significant exterior and interior modifications. But, for owners who prefer upgrades of a more technical kind (engine and wheels), the LaMaXXina tuning kit is right down their alley.

Give yourselves time to warm over this new tuning kit. There aren’t that many programs exclusively dedicated to the Aventador SV so if you’re looking to have your uber exclusive Lambos modified, the German tuner is only a call (or an email) away.

Continue after the jump to read the full review for the Lamborghini Aventador SuperVeloce "LaMaXXina" by Wheelsandmore.

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2015 Lamborghini Aventador SuperVeloce "LaMaXXina" by Wheelsandmore
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As usual, Wheelsandmore’s exterior upgrades on the Lamborghihni Aventador SV is limited to some new graphic details, specifically the usual Wheelsandmore racing stripes running the full length of the car. The tuner is also offering a new set of F.I.W.E. ultralight carbon forged wheels wrapped in Pirelli tires. All together, the wheels provide a weight savings of close to 5 pounds over the standard versions. Other than these upgrades, the exterior of the Aventador SV has been kept in stock configuration.


The interior was also kept untouched so customers should expect that no work was done in it. Although I would’ve preferred to see something different in the cabin, I don’t mind that Wheelsandmore resisted on making any changes. The Aventador SV’s interior is already drowning in exposed carbon fiber, Alcantara, and a material that Lambo calls “Carbon Skin”. Nobody would want to touch something as exquisitely detailed as that.

In any event, customers who are looking to get some bespoke trims on the cabin of the Aventador SV can do so by commissioning Lamborghini’s own Ad Personam customization program.


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The Lamborghini Aventador SV makes use of a 6.5-liter V-12 engine, same as the standard model. It also has the same torque levels at 509 pound-feet. But, seeing as this model has been bestowed the “SuperVeloce” name, it has 39 more horsepower than the standard model, bringing its total output up to 740 horsepower.

That’s all well and good, but that’s before Wheelsandmore enters the picture. The German tuner did work on the engine’s computers by remapping the ECU unit, thus bringing the Aventador SV’s total output to 800 horsepower and 524 pound-feet of torque. Do the math and that represents an increase of 60 horsepower and 15 pound-feet of torque over the “regular” Aventador SV.

Wheelsandmore’s “LaMaXXina” program helps the Aventador SV sprint from 0 to 62 mph in 2.7 seconds

In addition to the ECU remap, Wheelsandmore also took out the supercar’s standard exhaust system and replaced it with a handcrafted exhaust with an integrated valve flap system. It doesn’t do much in the way of adding power, but it is a little over 13 pounds lighter than the standard-issue exhaust.

All together, Wheelsandmore’s “LaMaXXina” program helps the Aventador SV sprint from 0 to 62 mph in 2.7 seconds, 0.1 seconds quicker than the standard SV model. Top speed is at 217 mph, which is a bit odd, but not all that surprising considering the use of those aforementioned Pirelli tires.


Ahh, yes…the pricing. As often as Wheelsandmore launches new programs for today’s crop of exotics, the German tuner is pretty tight-lipped on releasing pricing details to the public. Instead, it prefers customers to contact them so it can break the news to them directly. I’m not saying that one method is better than the other, but in case anybody’s interested to know how much the La MaXXina program goes for, it’s still best to hit up the tuner directly.


Lamborghini Aventador Limited by Hamann

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Since tuning programs for the Aventador SV are pretty rare, I’m going to take a little detour and line up Wheelsandmore’s LaMaXXina program against some of the most impressive programs made for the standard Aventador.

One such kit comes by way of Hamann, which is known as one of the most flamboyant tuners in the world. It actually released its program for the Aventador at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, but until now, it’s still one of the most comprehensive kits in the market for the Lambo supercar.

Unlike Wheelsandmore, Hamann has no problem dressing up the Aventador. That was the case with this program as the mighty Lambo received a unique two-tone paint finish made up of a Stealth Grey matte paint and the Poison Green trim. Carbon fiber components were also added to the exterior, highlighted by custom-made carbon air vent inserts, a two-piece front spoiler, side skirts, a carbon fiber rear apron and diffuser, and an adjustable spoiler. Just as important is the interior upgrade, which boasts of green leather with matching black contrasts and green stitching.

Under the hood, the Aventador was treated to a nice boost in power, amounting to 760 horsepower and 542 pound-feet of torque, right in the vicinity of Wheelsandmore’s own promised output increase. Hamann didn’t say how the improved output translates to performance, but given the changes, a 0-to-62 mph sprint time of 2.6 seconds and a top speed of around 225 mph isn’t out of the cards.

Read our full review here.

Lamborghini Aventador Carbonado GT by Mansory

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If Hamann is considered a flamboyant aftermarket shop, then what do I describe Mansard? As the unquestioned king of carbon fiber upgrades, the Swiss tuner’s program for the Aventador was fittingly called “Carbonado GT.” It was also revealed at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.

Just like Hamann, the exterior and interior of the Aventador both received healthy upgrades from Mansory. The former was the beneficiary of a purposeful kit made up of a front lip, front skirt, front wing, side skirts, rear spoiler, and an enlarged rear wing. Meanwhile, the latter received non-slip aluminum pedals and genuine carbon fiber components.

As exhaustive as these changes are to the exterior and interior, Mansory’s engine modification is completely out of this world. Instead of settling for a simple ECU remap, the Swiss tuner actually slapped a pair of turbochargers on the Aventador’s V-12 engine. It also replaced a bevy of parts, including the pistons, connecting rods, rod bearings, crankshaft, crank and cylinder heads. All together, Mansard was able to increase the Aventador’s output to an incredible 1,600 horsepower and 885 pound-feet of torque, more than double what Wheelsandmore and Hamann have with their respective programs. The 900-horsepower increase reportedly helps the Aventador sprint from 0 to 62 mph in a little under two seconds to go with a top speed approaching that’s approaches 240 mph.

Read our full review here.


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Sure, there are more powerful upgrades from tuners like Mansory and Hamann, but there aren’t that many on the Aventador SuperVeloce. That automatically gives Wheelsandmore an advantage over tuners with programs for the standard Aventador. The only question now is how it can convince the 600 owners of the Aventador SV (all units are accounted for, by the way) to bring their limited-run supercars to Wheelsandmore.

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    • - Engine upgrade isn’t that significant
    • No significant changes to the exterior and interior
    • Extremely hard to get a hold of an Aventador SV
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