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One of the greatest advantages of owning vehicles like Lamborghini Aventador LP-750 SV is the fact that you are one of only a few lucky people. Without a doubt, you will rarely meet other Aventadors on the street and you can be sure that this car will attract a lot of attention.

Even this is not enough for some people, and they decide to change up few things on their supercars. One of the owners decided to add neon/black/gray camouflage to it. Final result? Well, we kinda like it since it will be different from others. What do you think?

That this is not only for show and that it has some real muscle under the hood, we know even without any performance mods. But for it to be even more dangerous than the regular SuperVeloce model, Novitec Torado kit was added. This includes a two-piece front splitter, at the back we have a large wing and bigger side and front intakes to deliver more air to crucial parts.

Not only that you will have a different looking vehicle from other Aventador SV models, but you will also have more power. Original uses 6.5-liter V12 powerplant that revs to incredible 8,500 rpm’s and even more producing fantastic sound. It is capable of pushing 750 hp and 690 Nm or 508 lb-ft of torque but with changes that Novitec implements you will see 786 hp and 737 Nm or 54 lb-ft of torque.

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While the driver might not notice a significant difference in overall performances, if you pit this one with standard Aventador SV we are sure that it will be capable of pulling away by a slight margin. We do not know what is the price for these upgrades, but we are certain that it’s not cheap, then again, if you can afford supercar like this one you can certainly spend more for these improvements.

More importantly here is the “Camouflage Bull” wrap that is done by Prestige Imports from Miami. Another change that you simply must adore is the gloss black wheels from Vossen that recently become a Novitec partner. These beauties are made in 20×9 and 21×13 inch for front and rear axis respectively.

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This is not the first vehicle to become available with camouflaged body style as we were able to see more than few cars offering something similar. Even the Red Bull Racing team used something similar on their RB11 car while testing and as a result it received the nickname “CamoBull”.