German tuner gives the Lamborghini Aventador a new set of alloys, a power boost and a racing stripe.
Baesweiler-based tuning house Wheelsandmore has revealed details about its latest customization of the Lamborghini Aventador. Dubbed the Bianco, the modified Lambo rides on a set of its own 6Sporz2 forged alloys with black centers and white rims, measuring 20 inches up front and 21 inches at the rear. A black stripe running across the length of the car is the only other aesthetic enhancement Wheelsandmore made to the already handsome Raging Bull.
A power upgrade, courtesy of an ECU remap and stainless-steel exhaust with adjustable valve flaps and plasma-coated tips, boosts output from 700 horsepower and 509 pound-feet of torque to 777 hp and 561 lb-ft, promising to make one of the fastest supercars on the road even faster.