It was 2011 when Lamborghini presented the Aventador LP 700-4, a supercar inspired by the 2007 Reventon and developed to replace the Murcièlago.
Based on a monocoque carbon fibre chassis produced by the Lamborghini Advanced Composite Research Center, the car had a V12 6.5 48V engine managed by a seven-speed sequential gearbox and combined with all-wheel drive.
With a power of 700 hp with a torque of 690 nm, the car accelerated from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds with a maximum speed of 350 km / h.
All these data were high-level performance, but the Swiss company Fab Design deemed to improve.
Founded in 1997 in Hunzenschwil by businessman Roland Rysanek, the company specializes in upgrading luxury cars.
In 2014 they presented their Aventador variant, the Spidron at the Geneva Motor Show.
Its design featured new 19 "alloy wheels and new aerodynamic body kit made of carbon fibre (for its development a wind tunnel was used).
The power of the V12 engine was also increased to 730 hp thanks to the application of new sports air filters and a remapped electronic control unit.
Thank you to Valentina Zanola and Alessandro Renesis for the cooperation