The owner of this Lamborghini Aventador wasn’t satisfied with the way the stock supercar looks, so he turned to a Thai company called Infinite Motorsports to achieve the desired effect.
The tuner’s proposal was a Liberty Walk body kit, and after getting the owner’s approval, they set out to install the Japanese company’s front and rear appliques, vented front hood, large rear wing and bolt-on fenders.
Next, the Aventador was wrapped in a colorful livery, which combines red, yellow and black into a racecar-like pattern. The Italian supercar also sports a few decals that highlight the work of different companies such as Liberty Walk, Infinite Motorsports, Pirelli and Pur.
The latter provided the limited edition wheels. Called the LX12.V12, they feature distinct carbon fiber blades and a lip size larger than normal. The rims have been wrapped in Pirelli tires and fill the wheel arches quite nicely.
Due to the extensive exterior makeover, it’s hard to tell whether this is the regular Aventador or the Aventador S. Regardless of which version of the supercar we’re looking at, all of them come with a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12. In the former, it pushes out 700 PS (690 hp / 515 kW) and 740 PS (730 hp / 544 kW) in the latter and, in both cases, emits a marvelous soundtrack.