Lamborghini Aventador LP760-4 Dragon Edition by Oakley Design

10 Sep 2012 1:06 am | Cars, Lamborghini

A stunning Lamborghini Aventador has been recently unveiled on the occasion of the Chelsea Auto Legends, part of a limited edition of 10 Aventadors tweaked by Oakley Design for special clients of Refined Marques. Dubbed as the Lamborghini Aventador LP760-4 Dragon Edition, the car boasts with similar upgrades as the ones on the Aventador LP760-2, presented during the month of May.

Thus we conclude it features a carbon fiber spoiler, reworked front bumper and rear air vents to ensure the most efficient cooling for the beast’s 6.5-liter V12 engine. In addition, it boasts with a state of the art titanium exhaust system and ECU revisions. These modifications raise its power to 760 HP and reduce the car’s overall weight by 36 kg.

For improved looks, the Dragon Edition Aventador sports specially designed HRE rims, shedding an additional 5kg of weight, half an inch larger at the front and a whole inch larger at the rear.

The interiors of the cars have been marked with special numbered plaques in the engine bay, door sills and dashboard, which display the edition and individual number of each car. Furthermore, the insides of the doors sport a red dragon stitching. On the exterior, a mind-blowing light chrome aqua blue wrap covers the old, original black paintjob, making our hearts and minds go wild.

We’ve also heard, from unofficial sources, that the two fabled brands, Refined Marques and Oakley Design are currently developing a modified LP760 Roadster, due to be unveiled before the manufacturers at Lamborghini reveal their own convertible Aventador. Quite interesting, we’d say!

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