Wide-Body Liberty Walk Lamborghini Aventador Shoots Flames with Titanium ARMYTRIX Exhaust System

The Lamborghini Aventador is one of the most insanely styled supercars to ever be released. The vehicle comes equipped with a massive 6.2L V12 engine that makes 700+ horsepower. In terms of performance and styling, it is a force to be reckoned with. This particular Aventador has some added goodies that makes it even more eye catching and powerful. Not to mention it shoots huge fireballs out of its exhaust…

Even though these vehicles are absolutely amazing in their stock form, a good amount of owners will put their own personal touch, by installing modifications. For styling, the Aventador posted below has a full Liberty walk body kit, crazy styled wrap, custom Forgiato wheels and a plethora of interior changes. When owners really want to push the limits and increase power / Noise, they opt for an exhaust system and tuning.

The blue and orange wrapped Aventador below has a full ARMYTRIX titanium installed which transforms the car from wild to straight exotic. The race inspired exhaust improves the flow of gasses while providing an intoxicating F1 style noise. Super Cars of London recently took hold of this car and put their tuning powers to use. The results? A fire breathing monster with over 800 Brake horsepower. Without further Adue, here is the insanely modded Lambo shooting flames in the dyno room.

These are available immediately through ARMYTRIX USA or recommended dealers.  For more info or to order, please contact us here – https://www.armytrixusa.com/contact/

 

 

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