Farmer builds motorcycle-powered mini Lamborghini Aventador

As far as replicas go, this miniature Lamborghini Aventador Roadster is probably one of the most impressive.

Looking like a scaled down Aventador, the mini-me version was built by a farmer in South East Asia. Besides the custom-made body panels, the replica comes complete with an electrically operated retractable hard top that folds neatly into the engine bay.

Our farmer’s attention to detail is nothing short of extraordinary, as the roadster also gets height-adjustable suspension, a retractable rear wing and side air intakes, along with an electrically operated fuel flap.

Inside, there’s a pair of bucket seats and even steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters. We can also see Lambo’s trademark jet-fighter style starter button although an ignition key is still required.

We have no details about the “supercar’s” chassis but don’t expect to find carbon fibre underneath. Still, with no visible sound deadening, airbags or complicated computers, the mini Aventador is unlikely to be heavy.

Motivation comes from a humble mid-mounted motorcycle engine with unknown output but with its ‘lightweight’ construction, the little engine appears to be adequate.

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