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We all know Japan has a really impressive Lamborghini tuning scene, perhaps not too everyone’s taste outside of Japan, but you have to admit they do create some impressive Bulls over there … Bond Cars Osaka has joined the party with an amazing looking,  bright yellow Aventador they have recently completed.

Nothing over the top but a more subtle aerodynamic package from renowned VITT, who calls it the Squalo kit … a lower front bumper/splitter, nice side sills, a very low rear diffuser and naturally the obligatory rear wing convert this already beautiful Lamborghini Aventador into an even more intimidating exotic super car.

The rear wing is actually a work of art on this Lamborghini Aventador, the top of the wing gets a satin clear carbon fiber finish, just like the roof section and the top of the exterior rear view mirrors by the way … but the underside of the rear wing is painted in the same bright yellow shade as the rest of the car … and it looks amazing.

Bond Osaka added a few personal touches to this car, most of the VITT Squalo kit is finished in matte black, but with the addition of yellow pinstriping on the extremities we get a look and feel that is close to the limited edition Lamborghini Veneno, and to really make sure you won’t forget where this beauty is originally made Bond added the Italian Tricolore on the fins of the side sills … a beautiful touch.

Wheels are massive Hyperforged units, more precisely their HF-LC5 units finished in anodized black measuring 9×20 inch up front and 13×21 inch at the rear, they are wearing the famous Pirelli P-Zero tires in 225/30ZR20 and 355/25ZR21 to the front and rear … mounting such big tires on the massive 13 inch wide rear wheels sure isn’t as easy as it sounds.

At the rear we notice an additional light under the lower rear diffuser, using LED naturally, just like the side markers in fact. While the front receives a stripe that reminds us of the Lamborghini Gallardo Performante from a few years ago … this style suits the Aventador perfectly.

Add the stunning Powercraft exhaust with the impressive dual look finished in black combined with a racing catalytic converter makes sure this Aventador sounds just as impressive as she looks.

While Bond Cars Osaka isn’t building their own kit for the Lamborghini Aventador, their installation of the VITT Squalo kit combined with these wheels and their special way of painting and finishing this yellow Aventador sure makes a statement.