Back in August, Valentino Balboni announced a high-end exhaust system dedicated for one the most powerful raging bulls ever created.
Valentino Balboni’s heart remained with the Italian car maker after his retirement in 2008, but he still works with Lamborghini through his newly unveiled VB brand. The first product presented at the Concorso Italiano in Monterrey Bay, California, is a state-of-the-art, limited edition, ultralight titanium exhaust for the Aventador LP-750 SV, and it sounds bonkers.
Weighing in at only 13.8 lbs (6.3 kg), the component is handmade as a Lamborghini collector’s item, requiring more than 350 hours to manufacture. Available exclusively for the Super Veloce, only 30 numbered pieces will be produced. Not enough for everybody, considering that 1,100 SVs were made in total.
Compared to the (already) visceral resonance of the supercar’s stock exhaust, the VB system amplifies the naturally aspirated V12’s metallic racket, making it sound like a fully-fledged racing car. But instead of reading a description of what noise it makes, you can hear it for yourself in the video down below.