German tuner Novitec has picked up an Aventador S this time, adding more power, carbon aerodynamics and high tech forged wheels.
The car’s exhaust system is made from Inconel, which is also the material of choice in F1 racing, delivers a weight saving of 21 kg. Depending on the version, the exhaust system can produce up to 17 kW / 23 hp more power and up to 42 Nm more torque. With an output of 561 kW / 763 hp at 8,400 rpm and a peak torque of 732 Nm at 5,900 rpm, the all-wheel-drive two-seater accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds and on to a top speed of 350 km/h.
The exhaust has an unusual design featuring quasi three and a half tailpipes. The flaps can be controlled with a remote inside the cockpit.
The carbon components are designed to further improve the handling stability at high speeds and also to reduce front-axle lift. The rear end of the Aventador S is dominated by the Novitec rear airfoil, which is available in two versions.
Novitec can also modify the suspension if required. The company offers sport springs calibrated to the production suspension, which lower the ride height by about 30 mm. As an alternative, there is an aluminum sport suspension, which is not only height-adjustable, but also features individually adjustable damping.
The forged wheels are made by Vossen, they measure 20 and 21-inch, front and rear respectively, and come with or without center locks.