Oakley Design prepares Lamborghini Aventador Spyder

This is the first spyder version of the Aventador we've seen so far.

The Italian supercar maker Lamborghini will launch the spyder version of the Aventador in 2013, but the tuners at Oakley Design decided to take matters into their own hands and started working on their own version. Known as the Aventador LP760 Spyder, the supercar has received an open-air conversion, along with a healthy power boost through an ECU remap and a new titanium exhaust system.

Aside from the removable hard-top, this custom Aventador gains an additional 60 hp (44 kW) coming out of that massive V12 engine, for a grand total of 760 hp (559 kW). By installing the titanium-made exhaust system, the supercar is now more than 75 lbs (34 kg) lighter so it should be even faster than the standard model. The work for turning the Aventador into a spyder variant was conducted by Refined Marques in collaboration with Oakley Design.

No word at the moment regarding the price tag for this modification program.


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zyzyphe zyzyphe
You can not just cut out the roof. Ask yourself why it takes years and effort and money for Lambo to strengthen the chassis and develop an open-top variant
Aug 17th, 2012 6:39am
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sideskraper sideskraper
A great way to ruin a nice car is to let a customiser cut the roof off. They may as well have built a replica from a Ford Sierra.
Aug 17th, 2012 5:15am
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