RENM Performance officially released renders of their Lamborghini Aventador Limited Edition Corsa (LE-C) today. The RENM Aventador LE-C is a track-optimised version of the Lamborghini Aventador that blends aggressive styling with race-developed technology. We’ve seen the Lamborghini Aventador LE-C before, following consultation with customers, this is the final design.

Key features of the LE-C program include an extensively redesigned aerodynamic carbon fiber body kit including a sharp new front bumper with blade-style side air vents, a new side skirt with carbon fiber side panels, a new electronically operated rear wing and a completely redesigned rear facia. It’s a sharp and interesting design that adds elements of racing flair to the standard design.

For the mechanical parts, RENM Performance will fit a valve-controlled inconel and titanium exhaust system. This will include re-designed air intake chambers and an ECU recalibration resulting in a 9-11 percent increase in engine output. The Aventador LE-C will also get individual suspension, chassis adjustments and modifications, with adjustable vehicle ride height.

The wheels are LE-C light weight center-locking race wheels, available with a set of race tyres on request. An LE-C brake kit with revised air flow inlets is also available. Inside, the Aventador gets alcantara and carbon fiber accents, including a new steering wheel design and optional light weight race seats.

RENM Performance claims to have a number of customers lined up with different specifications for each car. For those not familiar with the company, RENM Performance recently opened offices in Germany. RENM Performance explain the RENM Aventador LE-C as follows:

We wanted to retain the original design lines while enhancing and making improvements across the entire platform. Some aspects of the design were influenced by the Aventador J concept, but only those sections we considered were improvements. For instance, the upper rear grille is similar to the J concept, although the lower rear section is a total redesign.

During testing, we discovered that a larger, bolt-on rear wing was counter-productive at certain speeds. We also realised that an additional rear wing unsettled the flow and symmetry of the car’s design. The electronically operated wing resolves these issues and was optimised instead of being replaced.

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