Lamborghini Aventador by Liberty Walk: 900 HP for the V12 del Toro
The tuner Liberty Walk has created a kit to increase performance and aerodynamics of the Lamborghini Aventador without forgetting to smile at the aesthetic.
The 12 cylinders in Sant'Agata Bolognese is certainly one of the most appreciated by audiences and critics in the history of Casa del Toro and, having received commercial acclaim worldwide, the most extreme of the current Italian supercar manufacturer's serial production back to tickle the fancy of a tuner, which is that of Liberty Walk, which produced for the V12 tricolor a kit as much face to enhance engine performance increase the already significant aesthetic impact.
Glossy black roof and orange tubular bars (visible through the glass surfaces placed above the motor) connote the aerial view of the Aventador signed by Liberty Walk, while forged wheels in 15 races with contrasting screws, placed within larger wheel arches, and orange brake calipers are the main elements to jump to the eye by looking at this car from the side.
Open (upturned, as on all V12 bolognesi) the door, the Lamborghini Aventador by Liberty Walk allows you to observe an environment intended to resume the chromaticism adopted proposed profiles outside, employing the same dashboard covers, upholstery and commands, which are not altered compared to the original cabin, except of course for the scales employed.
The beating heart of the Lamborghini Aventador by 6.5-liter V12 Liberty Walk remains capable of developing, in original configuration, 700 HP: value that has been substantially implemented here. Thanks to the kit made from Japanese tuner, the twelve cylinders bolognese is now able to generate well 900 HP, whose sound is enhanced by a dedicated exhaust system type Armytrix F1 valvetronic and whose power is "off" by a digitally controlled AirRex air suspension based revisited.