Lamborghini Aventador 'Project Supremacy' Styling by SR Auto


A pair of Lamborghinis have been tuned by the crew at SR Auto Group.

SR Auto Group has just released their latest project concerning the flagship of Lamborghini's lineup, the Aventador, and a Reventon. The two Lamborghinis seen here, described by the tuning firm as "Checkmate," feature some new wheels and new style as part of the company's Project Supremacy package. The first is a Reventon which has been finished in matte-black and features a set of matching matte-black PUR wheels for a fierce and glaring look. The second is an Aventador has a white finish paired with a set of PUR Rose Gold Lip wheels.

Both models' wheels come in a 20/21-inch setup. The Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 packs a new 700hp 6.5-liter V12, good for a 0-60mph time of 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 217mph. The Reventon carries Lamborghini's old V12, rated at 660hp. Check out the photo gallery of the Project Supremacy Lamborghini Aventadors by SR Auto Group below.

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