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Liberty Walk Got Its Hands On An Aventador And This Is What Happened

Say hello to the "Zero Fighter."

As it comes, the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 is an absolute beast of a supercar. Fresh from the factory, each of these mean Italian bulls comes with a monstrous 6.5 liter V12 engine that pumps out 700 hp and 508 lb-ft of torque. This makes the LP 700-4 capable of hitting 62 mph in 3 seconds flat. Needless to say, nothing more needs to be added to make this car awesome. However, that didn’t stop Japanese auto tuner Liberty Walk from recently showcasing an insane looking Aventador dubbed the "Zero Fighter."

The incredible custom Lamborghini looks like a jet-powered Air Force plane with gritty matte gray paint and a bolt-on wide body kit. This Aventador is a continuation of the Zero Fighter project theme that began with Liberty Walk's previous Murcielago project. This latest "Fighter" features a new custom exhaust system and an AirREX digital air suspension kit that literally slams the car on fat concave Forgiato wheels wrapped in super chunky Pirelli tires. The unique project Aventador also features a massive rear mounted wing that provides extra downforce and looks totally insane.

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