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Stanced Lamborghini Aventador with Liberty Walk Kit Looks Wilder than an SV

Now that Lamborghini has released the Aventador SV and all the units are sold out, what could somebody looking for an Aventador that’s a bit more special do? The answer obviously comes from the aftermarket world and we’re here to talk about an example of the V12 Bull that skips the extra tech treatment and goes for a visual trip.
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Sure, it’s not easy going over the fact that the Aventador Super Veloce can devour the Nurburgring in under 7 minutes, just three seconds below the Porsche 918 Spyder. But, as we said, we are here to discuss a piece of Aventador eye candy. One that arguably looks wilder than a Super Veloce.

The main customization ingredient here comes from Japan and we’re talking about a Liberty Walk wide body kit. This consists of the infamous front and rear fenders, side skirts, as well as a GT rear wing.

In addition, this Aventador borrows its front and rear aprons from an LP720 special edition model.

As usual, we’re not cool with people messing with a supercar’s connection to the road. Still, the moves used here were aimed at making the car look even meaner. To be more precise, we’re talking about an Airrex air suspension that can bring the Aventador closer to the road.

The Lambo now rides on PUR Wheels that come in a 20-inch size up front and in a 21-inch size at the back. From this point on, we’ll let the image gallery below do the talking.
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