We’ve already given you a few choice details for the Lamborghini Aventador LP760-4 Dragon Edition. Now we have a set of official details, provided by Refined Marques to share with you. Of course, underneath it shares common parts with the previously announced Oakley Design Lamborghini Aventador LP760-2, however, the customer opted for a few extra parts.
To start with the aerodynamic parts, Oakley Design provided a set of carbon fiber parts. This include a central front chin spoiler, increased in length to provide more down force. The Dragon Edition is fitted with parts that increase the front intake making it wider for increased airflow and cooling, the side sill intakes are also opened up for more airflow and cooling and the rear bumper vents are larger to extract more hot air. The diffuser has extended vanes for better stability at high speed and the rear spoiler has been set at 15 degrees for optimised down force to drag ratio and increased top speed. Finally, the top air box intakes are opened up to feed the engine with an increased ram air effect.
Carbon fiber parts include an exposed roof section, ‘C’ pillars, the top section of the bonnet in front of ‘A’ pillars, the mirror covers, the engine bay kit, the kick plates and the side sill lower vents. Bespoke parts ordered for the first production vehicle include orange stitching applied to interior panels and seats, orange dragons emblems on the top of the door panels, orange Dragon Edition ‘1 of 10’ identifiers on kick plates, painted orange brake calipers and our favourite, a chrome blue exterior body wrap which covers matte black paintwork.
Mechanically, the customer decided to retain the factory four-wheel drive system. Oakley Design’s upgrades have been applied to the engine management system and a titanium exhaust muffler system has been fitted which weighs only 6kgs. Finally, the tailpipes have been finished with a Refined Marques laser etched tip!
The upgrades have all been tested at Mira’s full scale aerodynamic wind tunnel so they are proven to be effective. The wheels have been sourced through HRE Wheels. They are HRE P40SC’s measuring 19×9.5 at the front and 20×13 at the rear, finished in gloss black.
Power figures have been measured at 683hp and 524lb-ft of torque for previous Aventador LP760 conversions. Power figures for this Aventador conversion have not been released, however, we expect them to be similar! Special thanks to Refined Marques for providing the information.