Hamann Nervudo based on the Lamborghini Aventador debuts at Frankfurt Motor Show

Does Lamborghini Aventador really need another body kit and more power? When it comes to power there is always room for more, but to change the design is another question.

Hamann has released a new tuning program for the Aventador and they call their creation Nervudo. You either like it or not, but obviously there is a market for such aftermarket programs, especially in the Middle East.

The Nervudo exterior boasts new front bumper, two front spoilers, aerodynamic side skirts, new engine cover (with carbon fibre or glass vent panels), a roof-mounted scoop and a new rear wing.

Other changes include a sports exhaust system, a carbon fibre rear diffuser and 20- / 21-inch alloy wheels with ultra high-performance tyres in 255/30ZR20 size at the front and 355/25/ZR21 at the rear.

Interior features two-tone sport seats, carbon fibre trim and a leather / Alcantara wrapped steering wheel.

Hamann engineers also tweaked ECU and as a result the V12 produces 760 horsepower (+60hp) and 735Nm (+45) of torque.


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