Lamborghini Aventador LaMotta with 820 hp by RevoZport

RevoZport has revealed “LaMotta” tuning program for the Lamborghini Aventador, named after Giacobbe “Jake” LaMotta, a professional American boxer who was the World Middleweight Champion back in 1949.

RevoZport engineers have tweaked the 6.5-litre V12 to produce an impressive 820 horsepower – 120 more than the stock engine. All this was done with remapping engine’s ECU and installing a new exhaust system made from inconel, which weighs just 5kg.

Other notable changes include a carbon fibre diet that saves 80kg, which is quite impressive as the Aventador already features plenty of carbon fibre and lightweight materials.

The carbon fibre bonnet weighs just 3kg, there is also a redesigned rear bumper, new side skirts, carbon fibre door panels. Inside “standard” seats are replaced with Alcantara-wrapped carbon seats.

All this rides on new 20-inch front and 21-inch rear Klassen ID alloys which are 1.5kg lighter than the standard wheels.

RevoZport did not reveal performance specs, but the standard model does 0-62mph in just 2.9 seconds, while the top speed is an impressive 217mph. This car her has 120 extra horsepower and is 80kg lighter so definitely faster, but how much is purely speculative…


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