A Lamborghini Aventador draws crowds. A heavily modified Lamborghini Aventador definitely draws crowds. A heavily modified Lamborghini Aventador that shoots flames out of its exhaust? Watch the video and you be the judge.
The Lambo in question comes by way of Japanese tuner LP Performance. Judging by its history of aftermarket programs under the LB Performance/Liberty Walk names, the tuner has never seen a car it couldn’t turn into a fire-breathing monster. But the tuner took it to a whole new, and quite literal level with this particular Aventador.
The tuned supercar was presented at the 2014 SEMA Auto Show where it understandably drew a lot of people with their smartphones out, arms fully extended to capture the spectacle of seeing actual flames spit out of the Aventador’s exhaust pipes.
The roar of the Italian supercar’s engine is an extra dose of cargasm for the ears, but the real spitball highlight are those flames.
I’m not exactly sure what the guy revving the Aventador is saying to hype up the gathered crowd, but from the looks of things, he sure is pretty hyped up himself. As well he should if he was partly responsible for tuning this Lamborghini Aventador to reach gnarly flame-throwing status.
Los Angeles based tuner, Misha Designs, has prepared quite a few surprises for the upcoming 2013 SEMA. Next to the Porsche 911 body kit announced the other day, the Misha will also bring its new wide-body Lamborghini Aventador Roadster to the aftermarket show in Las Vegas.
Misha Designs revealed pretty much no details on this kit up to this point, but for sure it will be unveiled in all its glory on November 5th at the SEMA. What we do know is that while the model to be displayed in Vegas will be based on a Aventador Roadster, the first prototype was based on a Aventador Coupe.
Clients interested can already pre-order the kit and deliveries will begin immediately after the show. Don’t worry, if you don’t own an Aventador, during 2014 Misha Designs will prepare some body kits for all Lamborghini models.
Click past the jump to read more about the Lamborghini Avantador Roadster Body Kit by Misha Designs.
No matter how many or few accessories the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 has, it’s bound to steal some attention at shows like SEMA. One in particular, that was displayed at the Giovanni booth, was quite a hit with the audience, even if the modifications done on it were limited to a new set of Giovanna’s GFG forged modular wheels.
Everything else about the new Lamborghini supercar remained the same, which really isn’t a problem, especially when you consider that the supercar comes with a throaty 6.5-liter V12 engine pushing out 700 horsepower at 8,250 rpm and 509 lb/ft of torque at 5,500 rpm.
Giovanna has always been a big presence at SEMA and this year was no different. The mighty Aventador was only one of a few supercars that were fitted with the company’s new wheels with the Ferrari 458 Italia, the Bentley Continental GT, the Mercedes SLS AMG, and the Rolls-Royce Ghost among the other exotics on display at Giovanna’s booth, each bearing a distinguished set of the company’s GFG forged modular wheels.
The 2011 SEMA Auto Show is hours away from opening and we’re finally getting a good look at some of the custom projects that have been prepared for the show.
For Renown Auto Style, this year’s SEMA participation marks the first time the company has ever attended with a car in tow. And for their first appearance, they picked a car that can catch attention the moment it arrives.
There’s something to be said about the appeal of the Lamborghini Gallardo considering it’s been around for a while now. The program, which is being billed as the R70, involves plenty of new aerodynamic modifications that RAS built completely from scratch without compromising the Gallardo’s already-beautiful aesthetic design. Both the front and rear bumpers carry unique designs that RAS built with careful attention paid on the certain parts of the Gallardo they had to work around to maintain the design integrity of the Italian supercar. All told, RAS added a bevy of aerodynamic features on the Gallardo, including new front and rear bumpers, an aggressive new rear wing, and a new set of custom-sized wheels. Take a good look at the Gallardo R70 and you’ll immediately notice the differences. The bumpers protrude further out, making for a more aggressive stance and a sleeker overall profile.
For first-timers in SEMA, Renown Auto Style certainly brought a car that would make it seem like they’ve been doing the same song-and-dance for years.