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Special edition Lamborghini Aventador J concept
British vehicle tuner Pindeville has previewed a new special edition based on the Lamborghini J concept – despite the Italian supercar maker not actually confirming production of its dramatic Geneva Motor Show star!
Pindeville’s Lamborghini Aventador J Concept is intended to be a provocative preview that it says would actually make production if Lamborghini ever decided to make the Aventador J road-legal.
Alex Pindeville, Founder and Chief Designer, said: “Although this model was created as a one off-example, the design which we have created showcases the beauty and technology which we are able to offer clients across our custom-built supercar model range including the Aventador.
“The new supersports car is undisputedly one of the most exciting and extreme high performance cars ever built by Lamborghini, and we will be keeping our eyes firmly peeled on the forthcoming product line-up from Sant’Agata Bolognese.”
Despite not actually having a car to work from, Pindeville has nevertheless been thorough with its dramatic Aventador J Concept. It boasts a new front bumper, bonnet, side skirts and rear diffuser, much of which would be made from carbon fibre to make it even lighter than the standard car.
There’s also a big rear wing sitting prominent on the tailgate.
The interior would be given a makeover too, with a full Pindeville Entertainment System and a high-quality new type of prevision-milled aluminium trim. There would even be some bespoke software allowing detailed maps of the world’s most well-known race circuits – including Silverstone – to be viewed.
The Pindeville Aventador J would be fast. A remap of the ECU would take power up by 15 per cent to 800hp, giving a 220mph top speed and a 0-60mph time of just 2.5 seconds. Brakes and suspension would be uprated to suit.
As yet, the world is waiting to see if Lamborghini does indeed put the Aventador J into production. If it does, though, you can bet one London coachbuilder will be cheering loudly…
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