The Lamborghini Aventador is one hot ride to own and the Italian supercar is just becoming hotter thanks to the guys at Capristo Exhaust Systems GmbH, who have revealed an upgrade package for the model which was designed to have an “ideal power to weight ratio”. According to Capristo Exhaust Systems GmbH, the Lamborghini Aventador in question is coming with a variety of carbon fiber components whose main role are weight saving and preserving the overall appearance of the standard model.
[quote]The most recent object to undergo thorough optimization by thoughtful and perfectly crafted engineering solutions is the Aventador LP 700. This powerhouse from legendary Italian sports car maker Lamborghini has most to gain from the Capristo treatment by an improved power-to-weight ratio. Here, we will introduce you to the details of the project”, as Capristo is saying in its official press release.[/quote]
The Lamborghini Aventador modified by Capristo Exhaust Systems GmbH is getting a carbon fiber rear wing, mirror casings and diffuser, along with carbon fiber engine compartment panels, and fiber vents. Thanks to these changes and to the new stainless steel sports exhaust system, the Italian supercar is now weighing 40 kg less than the stock version and it can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds before reaching a top speed of 354 km/h (220 mph), 0.1 seconds and 3 km/h faster than the standard version.