Prindville imagines how a Lamborghini Aventador J could be upgraded

Article by Christian A., on May 4, 2012

A bespoke concept presented by London-based Prindiville is the embodiment of how it envisions the one-off road-legal Lamborghini Aventador J would be if it enters production. This model was launched recently at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland. The bespoke coachbuilder adds to its impressive tuning portfolio for the Lamborghini marquee, which includes the Murciélago and the Aventador LP700-4 coupé which is on sale as a Limited Edition series (with just eight samples available globally).

The Prindiville J Concept is much lighter and more agile because of the numerous panels being replaced in carbon fibre. This also improves performance and handling. There would be a remapping of the ECU of the 6.5-litre twelve-cylinder powerplant to raise the output from 700 to 805 hp, permitting the Prindiville Aventador J to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in about 2.5 seconds, and to reach a top speed of more than 220 mph (350 km/h).

Its 15% boost in power is the result of a bespoke twin Prindiville titanium or stainless steel exhaust system, customized to meet the strictest requirements of a car whether on the road or on track. High performance ceramic discs are used in the uprated braking and adjustable suspension systems.

The interior panels and air vents of the Aventador J are shown in a highgrade precision milled aluminum, while the famous Prindiville insignia can be seen on the jet black driver and passenger seats that are covered by the finest Italian leather and alcantara.

These can be individually matched to the selected color of the exterior, whether matte or metallic. It’s different from the current J model as Prindiville’s model boasts of a five-inch LCD TV screen bestows drivers with instant access to the powerful Prindiville Entertainment system with a DVD player, satellite navigation, and bespoke software featuring maps, setups, and telemetry of some of the most renowned race circuits in the world. The stylish moulded 1000-watt hand- built Italian subwoofer amplifiers provide surround sound.

The Lamborghini Aventador J is positively the most dramatic and most single-minded sports car ever built. It combines the awesome performance of the Lamborghini Aventador with the most potent experience of power and dynamics possible in an automobile. Presented in 2011, the critically acclaimed Aventador J utilizes LP 700-4’s unique technology package – structurally-based from the innovative monocoque made from carbon fiber-reinforced polymers that combine systemic lightweight design with optimal stiffness and safety.

Based on the Aventador LP 700-4, Lamborghini's J is a new twelve-cylinder model with a displacement of 6.5 liters and 515 kW / 700 hp, combining the best in high-revving thrills with enormous pulling power, creating goosebumps in the drivers and the bystanders witnessing this beauty. Its fast ISR transmission, permanent all-wheel drive and push-rod suspension are combined with its high power and extreme handling precision.

Though similar in some aspects, the Aventador J offers a different take on the Aventador coupe. The monocoque of the new open version was given a face-lift; which includes two safety bars behind the seats. Because the roof was removed, along with the windshield, the air conditioning and the navigation, its weight was reduced significantly.

Weight was recorded at 1,575 kilograms, thanks to its carbon fiber construction; embodying continuous research into further innovative solutions of Lamborghini. Finally, unlike traditional seats, the Lamborghini Aventador J seats are made of Forged COMPOSITE, with inserts of flexible carbon fiber fabrics. This is actually one of Lamborghini’s innovative patents.

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