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At first glance at the pictures of the Infinite Motorsports Lamborghini Aventador widebody we thought it was snapshots from Forza Horizon, Gran Turismo, Need for speed, grand theft car or as all the successful games for current consoles. But this vehicle, and all the others in the pictures, are REAL! We would like to go specifically to the Aventador of the Thai tuner Infinite Motorsports completely rebuilt. Absolute highlight here is of course the extensive widebody aerodynamic package from the house Liberty Walk Performance, The components of the Japanese tuner ensure a completely different look and significantly more aggressiveness on Italians.
Liberty Walk V.2 Limited Edition
As far as we know it is limited to 50 piece "LB-WORKS Lamborghini AVENTADOR Limited Edition V.2" Bodykit the Liberty Walk presented a good year ago, The body kit includes a new carbon bonnet and of course the distinctive front and rear fender attachments with exposed fittings. Fits to it are essays for the bumpers and front even small winglets right and left. Next, the apron shows with large front splitter and the side part is underlined by new side skirts. Of course, as expected, the fixed rear wing in the GT4 design is also huge. In combination with a massive rear diffuser, it provides significantly more contact pressure and at the same time rounds off the racing look at the rear.
huge rear wing and diffuser
And of course there would be the crazy wheelset. It is the limited PUR Wheels LX12.V12 Forged Wheel in the kingsize format, and with carbon rim star that fills wheel arches to the millimeter. Equipped is the new wheelset with ultra-wide Pirelli PZero low profile tires which a yellow tire ticker was missed. And of course we would also like to mention the heavy lowering. To force the Aventador to such a powerful level was nothing else than an Airrex airborne vehicle, which at the touch of a button lets the Italian dive towards the road. The optical appearance is rounded off with an extensive full foil in yellow / red / black as well as some lettering of the manufacturer and of course of the team Infinite Motorsports.
Extreme lowering thanks to Airride air suspension
However, we have no information on changes under the hood of the Aventador. We cannot even state the basic model with any certainty. What is certain is that the well-known 6,5-liter V12 vacuum cleaner is hidden under the hood. It is currently unknown whether this is a normal 700 PS Aventador or whether the 740 PS "S variant" was used for the conversion. If we receive more information about this, or about other changes, there will of course be an update for this report. It is best to subscribe to our feed and if there is something new you will be informed immediately. We hope you enjoy looking at the pictures.
(Photos: Liberty Walk Performance)
These are the changes to the Lamborghini Aventador:
- Full wrap around (yellow / red / black)
- possibly an increase in performance - Chiptuning, tuning box (info is still pending)
- Sport exhaust system (exact info unknown)
- Lowering (Airrex Airride Air Suspension System - Air Suspension)
- PUR Wheels LX12.V12 forged wheels with carbon rim star (estimated 21 inches at the rear & 20 inches at the front)
- Liberty Walk Bodykit (front and rear fender attachments, front spoiler & splitter, individual components for the front and rear bumpers, smaller aerodynamic parts all around, bonnet, side skirts, side flaps, rear diffuser, GT4 style rear wing)
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Infinite Motorsports Lamborghini Aventador
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