Italian exotic auto manufacturer Automobili Lamborghini introduced their flagship model, the Aventador to the automotive universe all the way back in 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show. The Lamborghini Aventador was created to replace the then decade old Lamborghini Murcielago and the Aventador has done that very well. Production of the Lamborghini Aventador officially began in early 2011 and it continued on until 2017 when Automobili Lamborghini decided to replace the Aventador with the updated and more powerful Aventador S model.
Production of the more powerful Lamborghini Aventador S began in 2017 and it is believed that since Lamborghini introduced the original Aventador to their model range, more than 5,000 examples of the big Lambo have been built and despite being nine years old already, it is quite obvious that the insane Lamborghini Aventador is quite a popular choice amongst the supercar buying public and petrolheads alike which comes as no surprise to us here at Enzari.
However good the Lamborghini Aventador and Aventador S may be, I am pretty sure that its outrageous, sporty looks and traditional Lamborghini “scissor doors” are responsible for the amount of attention the Lamborghini Aventador gets wherever it goes. However, some Aventador and Aventador S owners feel that the jet like design of Lamborghini’s flagship supercar is just not insane enough for them, so what can they do about it?
Luckily quite a few of the worlds aftermarket tuning companies have thought much the same thing, therefore these tuning companies have created body kits which have been specifically designed and developed to take the looks of the already insane Lamborghini Aventador and Aventador S to the next level. Just last week Enzari reported on the pretty extreme looking Lamborghini Aventador Molto Veloce which was the work of German based aftermarket tuning firm DMC. However it seems that tuned Lamborghini Aventadors are all the rage these days, as recently while browsing the Internet I just happened to stumble upon yet another tuned Lamborghini Aventador.
This is it, what you are looking at ladies and gentlemen is a Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 and it is the work of aftermarket tuning company Infinite Motorsports of Thailand. I know what you are thinking, who exactly are Infinite Motorsports? Well just like you, I too have never heard of Infinite Motorsports before, but their work speaks for itself and this particular Lamborghini Aventador proves that. To start things off, Infinite Motorsports outfitted this Lamborghini Aventador with a Liberty Walk body kit. As a result, this Lamborghini Aventador now features a host of new exterior enhancements which include Liberty Walk front & rear appliques, a vented front hood, a race spec rear diffuser, bolt on fenders and a large fixed rear wing.
Once Infinite Motorsports were done installing the Liberty Walk body kit and various exterior enhancements, this Lamborghini Aventador was sent off to be vinyl wrapped. As you can no doubt see from the images featured in this article, this tuned Aventador now sports a colourful yet bespoke red, black and yellow livery which mimics that of a race car. Besides the colourful livery, this Lamborghini Aventador also features a few decals which highlight the work done by other companies such as Liberty Walk, Infinite Motorsports Pirelli and Pur. To finish off the tuned exterior look of this Lamborghini Aventador, Infinite Motorsports have added a set of Pur LX12.V12 wheels which have been wrapped in Pirelli tires and feature a larger lip and carbon fiber blades.
Unfortunately, Infinite Motorsports have not said if any work has been done to the Aventador’s naturally aspirated V12 engine. As a result in factory standard form this bespoke Lamborghini Aventador’s 6.5 litre, naturally aspirated V12 engine, should deliver an impressive 690 hp (515 kW) of power and 690 Nm of torque. I am also pretty sure that this tuned Lamborghini Aventador retains and uses the factory standard Lamborghini seven speed ISR semi-automatic transmission, which sends the engine’s power to all four wheels via an electronically controlled four wheel drive system. As a result, this tuned Lamborghini Aventador can sprint from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.9 seconds and on to a top speed of 350 km/h (217 mph).
Unfortunately, Infinite Motorsports have not mentioned how much all of these upgrades cost. However, I don’t think it was that expensive, after all a Liberty Walk body kit, new wheels and tires and a vinyl wrap livery can’t cost that much, can it? Price aside I absolutely love what Infinite Motorsports have done to this Lamborghini Aventador, and I think it is definitely one of the best looking tuned examples of the Aventador LP700-4 that I have seen/heard about recently. Well done to Infinite Motorsports, you have proved to the automotive universe that you don’t have to be a large, well known tuning company to create pieces of automotive art.
Steve & Chris Parry are contributors from stevespeedza.blogspot.com