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Top Ferrari Tuner Novitec Turns Its Attention To Lamborghini

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German tuner Novitec, an expert at drawing maximum performance out of Ferraris and Maseratis through its respective Novitec Rosso and Novitec Tridente divisions, has now turned its attention towards the Lamborghini marque.

The tuning of the Raging Bulls at Novitec will be handled by the newly-established Novitec Torado division, and the division’s first products have been developed exclusively for the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4.

So what can Aventador owners order from Novitec at the moment? Featured above is one of the Italian supercars fitted with Novitec’s wind tunnel-tested carbon fiber body kit, designed to aid downforce while also adding plenty of aggression to the stock Lambo.

Components include a new lip spoiler up front, intake surrounds, roof scoops, a rear wing and a rear diffuser. These parts can be ordered in bare carbon fiber or matching the body color.

For the powertrain, output from the Aventador’s V-12 has been increased slightly via tuning of its ECU and the addition of a high-flow exhaust system. Final numbers are yet to be released.

To maximize driving performance, the suspension components have been upgraded and a set of custom 20-inch wheels developed. These elements are aimed at maximizing contact between the car’s rubber and the road.

Finally, Novitec also offers a range of products, mostly in carbon fiber, for the interior of the Aventador.

Below is a video showing the effectiveness of Novitec’s modifications to the Lamborghini Aventador in the wind tunnel.



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