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 |  May 01 2012, 9:52 AM

What you’re looking at right now is a Lamborghini Aventador J, only it’s got a twist. Unless you’ve had your eyes shut for the past couple months, pictures of the wicked Lambo have probably crossed your path, but this version has a roof and is a lot faster.

Bespoke British tuner Prindiville released a picture and information today on its take of the topless supercar we originally saw in Geneva last March. It says the car represents a taste of what customers could expect from it if the wild beast ever sees production. Changes are immediately apparent to the striking car.

First, it actually has a windshield and roof to keep all the bugs out of your teeth instead of two motorcycle-style windscreens. Second, the carbon fiber racing stripe running up its beak hints at Prindiville’s extensive body panel modifications.

In an effort to cut weight, the tuner scrapped much of the car’s meat in favor of carbon fiber. That, in cooperation with a re-tuned ECU, takes the 6.5-liter 12-cylinder engine from its impressive 700 hp all the way to a dizzying 805. It also rockets from 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds — hang on to your hat.

Keeping in line with its bespoke mantra, the car would be available in a variety of interior leather trims to match the body. Despite having trimmed pounds, the one-off would also have a DVD system played over a 5-inch LCD TV that also features satellite navigation.

This is one of a total eight examples built, which are on sale but it isn’t clear if more will be on the way if these sell. Cars like this aren’t out of the ordinary for Prindiville, though, so someone with the right number in hand could easily enjoy a similar vehicle.

“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,” Alex Prindiville, founder and chief designer said.