RevoZport Unveals 820 HP Lamborghini Aventador LaMotta

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More power and less weight makes this Raging Bull a happy boy.

Hong Kong tuning outfit RevoZport has unveiled its Lamborghini Aventador project that sees the Italian supercar modified to create 820 horsepower. Dubbed the LaMotta, the aim of the program was threefold: reduce weight, add more downforce and generate more power. Thanks to the liberal use of carbon fiber, 80 kg was stripped from the LP700’s 1,600 kg curb weight leaving it at a svelte 1,520kg.

Weightsaving measures included adding a 3 kg carbon-fiber hood, stitched Alcantara carbon-fiber seats, and door panels, new rear bumper and air tunnel all forged of the same lightweight material. To increase downforce, RevoZport added an aero kit made up of a front lip, side skirts, a new rear bumper with air tunnel, and trunk spoiler. Output was then boosted to 820 hp by using a forced induction unit, a new exhaust system and a revised ECU. Completing the transformation is a set of Klassen ID alloys staggered 20/21 inches front/rear.

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