Novitec has detailed fresh upgrades for the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, rendering the V12-monster even more extreme. The additions include an aerodynamic package, a reworked exhaust system, new wheels and a fettled suspension.

Changes to the aero are not visually drastic, comprising front air-ducts and air-outlets, side-window and bonnet air intakes, a front spoiler lip, front and rear flaps, a side panel set and a pair of roof-air-guides.

To amplify the sound of the 566 kW naturally aspirated 6,5-litre V12, a new stainless-steel exhaust system has been installed. This system can be fitted with or without a flap, while a race version is also available. In addition to this, a two-piece cat-replacement pipe or sport metal catalysts can be added.

Handling for the Aventador SVJ has been tweaked by a sport spring set which works in conjunction with the supercar’s fully adjustable suspension. The Type NL 4 forged alloy wheels are wrapped in 255/30 R20 front and 355/25 R21 rear Pirelli P-Zero tyres, and can be finished in an array of colours.

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