The ultimate body kit for the Lamborghini Aventador has just been shown by Liberty Walk. As construction of the Aventador winds down after more than a decade, the Japanese tuner has gone out with a boom by releasing the Silhouette Works GT-EVO kit, which is restricted to only 20 examples globally.
The new GT-EVO body kit, which was first seen at the beginning of the year, completely modifies the design of the famous mid-engined car. The changes occur at the front, where Liberty Walk has created a one-of-a-kind bumper and splitter. GT-EVO package also comes with air vents just above flared frontal fenders and a unique hood.
Once you stare at the vehicle's side profile, it gets wilder. Upgraded rocker panels and side skirts, and also back wheel arch extensions that are even broader than the front, match the flared front wheel arches. Aventador's appearance is further tweaked with customized wheels and an adjustable air suspension system.
A massive back wing with uprights rising from the wheel arches, distinctive engine cover, unique bumper, and a custom diffuser that almost reaches the ground are among the upgrades.
Clients can choose from a variety of body kit trims, with prices ranging from $94,600 to $187,000 depending on the finishing. Sadly, that's a lot of money to pay on a body kit that won't increase the engine speed.