Prindiville Lamborghini Aventador J concept launched


The Lamborghini Aventador J recently at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show left quite a few luxury car connoisseurs stoked owing to the stunning design aesthetics and performance. London-based bespoke coachbuilder, Prindiville has kitted out a concept showcasing their bespoke undertaking of the luxury supercar. The ECU of the 6.5 litre twelve-cylinder powerplant was remapped to push the output from 700 to 805 hp, allowing it sprint from 0 to 62 mph in around 2.5 seconds. It achieves a top speed of over 220 mph and a 15% power upgrade is attributed to the bespoke twin Prindiville titanium or stainless steel exhaust system.

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The renowned Prindiville insignia has been etched into the jet black driver and passenger seats that are dressed with the finest Italian leather and alcantara. The interior panels and air vents of the concept car are presented in a high grade precision milled aluminum and customers can choose from exterior color choices of matt or metallic.
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Customers are also provided access to the powerful Prindiville Entertainment system with the DVD Player, satellite navigation and bespoke software featuring maps, setups, and telemetry of some of the most well-known race circuits across the globe. The Lamborghini Aventador J was created as a one off model and only 8 of the bespoke models will be sold world-wide.
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