Tuning company Oakley Design has unveiled their tuning program for the 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4. The Oakley Design LP760-2 will see a limited production run of just five units, three of which have already been sold. Each car has a numbered plaque and individual parts will also be available for owners who don't want the complete package. The package includes new ultra-light, forged alloy wheels that are wider and provide the car with better grip.
Other additions include new carbon fiber parts, sports exhaust, and a re-mapped ECU, which increases power by roughly 10 percent for a total of around 765 hp. For those who want to go a step further, Oakley Design is developing several suspension upgrade alternatives with their partner Intrax that will convert the Aventador from all-wheel to rear-wheel-drive. Because of the Aventador's stiff full carbon monocoque and advanced suspension design, the tuner believes the car will be able to handle the power coming from the rear-wheels only.
They will also remove the front differential, drive shafts, and other front drivetrain parts. Other new additions will be an angular cover surrounding the four exhaust pipes and features the Oakley Design logo. The two plastic front bumper and two rear bumper trims will be extended to aid cooling along with the side air intakes behind the doors. The tuner has done a few other body modifications, but no pricing was announced.