New Special Edition Lamborghini Aventador models

The Lamborghini Aventador is not even a year old and there is already one special edition model and plans for another are inbound, but it’s not hard to see why tuners and other such companies want to get their hands on the Murciélago successor. Sales of the standard version have been impressive and 12 months worth of orders were taken before the supercar even hit the streets.

The first of the two limited edition models is still in the planning stage and so there have only been a few renders, and this is for the Jon Olsson Lamborghini Aventador. Many of you will already know that the Gallardo had already seen this treatment, so it’s time to see what the latest Raging Bull will look like with the signature ski box and camouflage finish.

If we do see a version of this car then it shouldn’t be long before it makes an appearance, as Olsson may want to show it off before he begins the Gumball 3000 rally in May, although he will be also showing off his Rebellion R1K Ultima as well.

The second Special Edition Lamborghini Aventador is the one from RENM Performance, and it’s easy to see this will not be just a paint job and a fancy ski box. This German tuning company has breathed their magic to make this one truly special aftermarket custom job.

Some of the features include a Inconel/titanium exhaust with both road/race spec, revamped ECU and an improved air intake to give the Aventador between 7 to 10 percent more power. Because these custom jobs are all done by hand the performance of each one will vary a little, but if you are looking for more power then you can also change to a higher-grade fuel as well.

Because of the extra power RENM has had to lower the suspension and make a few revisions to the aerodynamics, which means that you will have a better performing car that will still stick to the road like glue — well as long as you don’t try to push it too much.

We currently have no figures on how much faster this version will be but it could be around 383km/h going on a 10 percent increase. However, we have to remember that a 10 percent increase in power will not make it go that much faster, as the air is much thicker at that speed and requires a huge performance increase just to gain an extra 15km/h.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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