It is unthinkable to state that Lamborghini Aventador has been with us for more than eight years and still going strong. Just last year, Lamborghini sold 1209 units which an improvement of 3% from 2017. Till date, more than 8300 units of Lamborghini Aventador have been sold. It also points out to the fact that it is favorite for aftermarket upgrades. Duke Dynamics is one such tuner who are offering one of the most radicals widebody kits we have come across. Design of this kit is signed by Marius Dumitrascu, who wanted to give this supercar a menacing look while paying tribute to other Lamborghini exclusive’s and limited-edition models like the Centenario.
Influences of limited-edition model in this tuned Lamborghini Aventador is evident at the rear. The bumper features three vertical slats in each side painted in the Italian flag. This kit also offers a more aggressive front bumper with an incorporated lip and side air vents, front vented hood, wider fenders and side skirts and a custom rear bonnet. With respect to width, each front fender adds 2 inches and each of rear fenders gains 2.3-inches. Thankfully, all fenders are full replacement and thus, not required to cut the originals. In simpler terms, customers can restore it to stock configuration anytime
Duke Dynamics created 26 new parts for Lamborghini’s supercar and are tailor-made for older Aventador LP 700-4 and new Aventador S LP 740-4. These kits are available in autoclave pre-preg carbon fiber or FRP (pre-peg fiberglass). They are made using latest 3D laser scanning technology, 3D CAD software and CNC machines. As per the tuner, it guarantees top quality. Deep concave wheels are available but for extra cost. Price depends on the materials opted by customers which can be carbon fiber mixed with pre-preg FRP. It ranges between $35,000 and $50,000.