At a closer look, the Lamborghini Aventador doesn’t just look like a car ready to devour miles, it seems to engulf and eat everything in its path. And it looks like the guys behind Wheelsandmore haven’t had enough of the Aventador with the previously presented 777 HP Rabbioso package and are now ready to unveil the LP700-4 Bianco project.
They have once again tended to the vehicle very carefully, covering the supercar with a bespoke Bianco-paint, providing a stunning contrast between the car’s white paintjob, carbon elements and black racing stripes. A brand new set of 6 Sporz ultralight forged wheels has been chosen to serve as drivetrain for the Aventador, with a personalized design and matte black powder coated centers.
The rims have been painted with the same Bianco tone on the exterior, measuring a massive 9.5 x 20 inches at the front and 12.5 x 21 inches at the rear.
Brand new, upgraded software has been implemented into the engine, raising the Lambo’s output to a staggering 777 HP (551 kW) and 760 Nm (560 lb-ft) of torque. In fact, it’s a significant 77 HP and 51 lb-ft boost compared to the stock Aventador, quite a lot even for Lamborghini standards.
The Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Bianco package does not particularly include any exterior upgrades, but the car can be fitted, upon request, with carbon fiber elements like rear wing, 5-piece engine compartment covers, trunk compartment cover, front spoiler, mirror caps, stands, a 10-piece air intake and rear diffuser.
Without the exterior upgrades I’ve enumerate previously, the Bianco package by Wheelsandmore will be retailing at €27,221 (the equivalent of around $34,800 at the current exchange rates).