2012 Geneva Motor Show – Lamborghini Aventador by Mansory


This striking Lamborghini Aventador is the work of German tuner, Mansory. The Lamborghini’s V12 engine has been massaged to produce a claimed 754 horses (562kW) and 553 lbf.ft (723Nm) of torque – enough to propel the car from standstill to 100km/h (62mph) in 2.8 seconds.

It gets new bodywork which includes wider front wheel arches, and a larger lower air intake with lashing of carbon fibre throughout the car. Even the car’s wheels are made of the exotic material with body colour matching outer ring.

Carbon fibre is also found from the bases of the A-pillars through to the end of the engine cover. The same materials adorn the rear wing and diffuser.

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