London-based tuning company Prindiville wasn't really on our automotive, erm, GPS until recently, when it tuned up a very mean looking Land Rover Defender.
Well, the company is clearly looking to make a name for itself. And what better way to do that than with...a bit of Photoshopping?
Yep, Prindiville has taken to its corporate laptop and mocked up a version of the one-off Lamborghini J, which was unveiled recently at the Geneva Motor Show.
Lamborghini is still insisting that the Aventador J is a one-off, so there was no way it was going to let a small UK tuner hack it to bits.
But there's a slim chance that it'll go into limited production, so Pridiville has been dreaming about what it would do to the car, should that happen.
The company says it would bump up the 6.5-litre V12 engine from 700bhp to 805bhp, which would get the car to 62mph in 2.5 seconds. Much of the extra power would come by way of a new stainless steel sports exhaust, and probably an ECU re-map.
It would replace whatever isn't already carbon fibre on the body with carbon fibre, and strip out the interior, replacing it with 'high-grade precision milled aluminium'.
There are all kinds of other things the company says it would do, but we're too busy thinking about what we'd do if we won the EuroMillions to write about it.
Back in the real world, Prindiville has fettled a few actual Lamborghinis - eight, in fact.
The Prindiville Lamborghini Aventador, above, is limited to just eight and is available now. Get in touch with the company if you want one. We're sure they'll let you test drive it if you say you own Microsoft or something...