Novitec finds things to improve in the Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae
The word ‘ultimate’ can mean both ‘final’ and ‘perfect’, and there is little doubt that Lamborghini had both in mind when it named the farewell edition of its Aventador supercar ‘Ultimae’. Well, Novitec felt it could use some further polish, nonetheless.
You can see the result right here. The German supercar tune-up specialist managed to come up with an even lighter body kit for the car including front air intake trims, a hood cover with larger air vents, side sill extensions and an engine bay lid designed to keep the nose of the car pinned down to the road at higher accelerations.
The buyers can choose from two optional rear wing designs or go without one. The wheels, traditionally provided by Vossen, measure 20 inches in diameter at the front and and 21 inches in the back and come in dozens upon dozens of finish options.
Rounding off the list is a sports exhaust system weighing 19 kilos (42 pounds) less than the original and a spring-based lowering kit dropping the ride height by a further 35 mm (roughly 1.4 inches).
Things stay as they were in the powertrain department, where a 6.5-liter V12 drives the crank with 780 PS (769 hp / 574 kW) and 720 Nm (531 lb-ft) of torque.
Only 350 coupes and 250 convertibles were included in the Ultimae series.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
Source:Forma car News
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