If the Lamborghini Aventador J weren't a one-time-only reimagining of the company's new flagship supercar, it would be a quick favourite among the world's aftermarket modifying elite.
For UK custom house Prindiville however, the unique roadster's once-off status is no reason to quit imagining its potential.
Released this week, a new illustration shows off Prindiville's dream for its own take on the Aventador J, promising an even lighter kerb weight and a significant power boost.
Although a mere rendering, the Prindiville J Concept sees many of the car's original panels swapped out for carbon fibre pieces.
The design house says it would tweak the roadster's ECU and add a new exhaust system to wring an extra 85kW from the Aventador's big new V12 engine, for a total of 600kW.
With the extra go-juice, Prindiville reckons it would get a 0-100km/h time of around 2.5 seconds out of the Aventador J, with a top speed beyond 350km/h.
“Although this model was created as a one off-example, the design which we have created showcases the beauty and technology which we are able to offer clients across our custom-built supercar model range including the Aventador," founder Alex Prindiville said.
While Prindiville's Aventador J Concept will never see the light of day, the custom house has also developed a design and performance package for the 'regular' Aventador, limited to eight units.
Ferrari Enzo Successor Imagined
With Ferrari's upcoming Enzo successor still heavily under wraps, enthusiastic designers are turning their imaginations to rendering their own dreams for the new halo car.
The 3D computer-generated concept shown here is the work of Pininfarina designer Constantin-Gabriel Radu.
Drawing inspiration from the original Enzo, the 458 and the new F12, Radu's concept features a long glasshouse that descends into a stepped rear deck designed to channel air along the top of the car's body, keeping it glued to the road.
The familiar twin-light arrangement at the rear is here, along with a tall rear diffuser flanking a quad-pipe exhaust arrangement.
Known internally as the F70, the new Ferrari will draw power from a new V12 engine, with reports pointing to an output over 600kW.
The the new model is likely to weight significantly less than the 1360kg Enzo, utilising a smaller tub, extensive carbon fibre use and and a limited-spec interior.
The successor to the legendary Enzo will get a private unveiling later this year, with a public debut set for early in 2013.