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Oakley Design RWD Lamborghini Aventador: LP 760-2

Oakley Design used the Auto Italia Brooklands 2012 event to bring the world the second tuning package for the Lamborghini Aventador (the first was the one released by Mansory at the Geneva Motor Show in March).
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The tuner brought a complex modification package, with the list being headed by a rear-wheel drive conversion, which turns the car into a tail-happy monster, one that is around 130 kg (287 lbs) lighter. The weight reduction was achieved by ditching certain front drivetrain elements, including the diff and drive shafts. Of course, the suspension had to be modified, with the work being carried out by Intrax.

The 7-liter V12 engine has received a titanium exhaust, which saves a further 35 kg (77 lbs) and a new ECU map, with the result being an extra 83 hp (the total one now sits at 783 hp). The vehicle rides on HRE Wheels, which brings the weight down by another 5 kg (11 lbs), with these being wider by 1.5 inches at the front and one inch at the rear in order to offer more grip.

The Oakley Design Lamborghini Aventador also comes with a carbon fiber aerodynamic package, which includes goodies such as a manually adjustable rear wing that replaced the electronically adjustable one.

In case the RWD conversion sounds too extreme for you, can leave this out of the package, with the tuning company supplying the rest of the goodies. However, Oakley Design only wants to produce 5 units of the LP 760-2, with three of them having already been ordered.
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