Nevertheless, British tuner Prindiville, a company that prides itself on building one-off, bespoke vehicles, has set about envisioning a series of modifications for the car.
Why someone would want to muck around with the near-perfect lines of the Aventador J is never answered but what we do learn is that Prindiville offers modifications for the interior and exterior, as well as the powertrain.
These include a new front bumper, hood, side skirts, rear diffuser and rear wing. These, plus many of the car’s panels, would be fashioned from carbon fiber, ensuring that Prindiville’s Aventador J is lighter and more agile than the already extreme original.
Power will also be lifted to 805 horsepower from the stock 700-horsepower rating. This would be achieved via remapping of the ECU and the addition of Prindiville’s own titanium exhaust system.
With the extra power onboard, Prindiville predicts that its Aventador J would be able to accelerate from 0-60 mph in a Bugatti Veyron-like 2.5 seconds and reach a top speed in excess of 220 mph. To reign in all that performance, a fully-adjustable suspension system and carbon ceramic brake package would also be fitted.
While Prindiville’s custom Aventador J is almost certain to never see the light of the day, the series of modifications offered by the British tuner are already available for the Aventador LP 700-4, which the company states will only be built for eight cars in total. The modifications also give us as a taste of what to expect from Prindiville once Lamborghini finally unleashes the Aventador Roadster.
Lamborghini Aventador by Prindiville