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Chinese Lamborghini Aventador LP720-4 50 Anniversario Gets Vossen Wheels

Lamborghini only built one hundred units of the Aventador LP720-4 50 Anniversario as a 50th birthday gift to itself and yet certain owners feel the need to make their V12 Raging Bulls even more special. Case in point, the Lambo in the video below, which has been gifted with a set of custom wheels.
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This Sant'Agata Bolognese machine now rides on Vossen wheels, using the Miami-based specialist's Precision Series VPS-302 rollers. We're dealing with a five-double-spoke setup, while the minimalist design means these wheels don't risk taking the Aventador down the overkill route. Also, the Glossy Black finish is mixed with a concave design (make that deep concave when it comes to the rear end).

The owner's need for individuality once again becomes obvious when checking out the way in which the license plate at the front of the supercar is bent. Nevertheless, we have to admit the "design" does seem to fall perfectly in line with the traditional Lamborghini styling cues.

In case you're wondering which highway was used for the shoot, you should know this V12 Raging Bull paraded in front of the camera in Shenzen City. And if we take a bit of time to remember the LP720-4's debut, the location only seems normal.

Lamborghini introduced the more powerful (twenty extra horses) Aventador at the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show. Speaking of extra oomph, Lamborghini explains the power premium has been achieved thanks to "special engine calibration." However, performance remains unchanged, which means the 0 to 60 mph sprint sits at 3 seconds, while the top speed climbs to 217 mph.

For those of you who haven't been following the Raging Bull world, we'll mention the meaner-looking carbon fiber bodykit of the 720-4 isn't there just for the show. Oh no. The anniversary version is 50 percent more aerodynamically efficient compared to the standard Aventador, if we might call the LP700-4 that.

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