Mansory has unveiled their new Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4-based Carbonado GT at the Geneva Motor Show.
The Mansory customised Aventador gets an added dose of aggression with a wide body kit that includes a new front and rear bumper, extended wheel guards and a GT-style side skirt that steadies air flow between the axles and feed additional cool air into the drive unit and rear braking system. The front axles have grown by 40mm while the rear has been pushed out by 50mm.
There is also ample ultra-lightweight and high-strength carbon fibre used throughout its body panel, including on the bonnet, the roof-mounted air intake, rear diffuser and stylish rear wing.
According to Mansory, every single element of the aero kit is made in a prepreg autoclave to get the perfect surface quality and a “stealth-look” carbon fibre weave is used for their construction.
To match the new look, Mansory has completely reworked the Lamborghini’s 6.5-litre V12 engine by installing two Mansory turbochargers. The powerplant’s pistons, connecting rods, rod bearings, crankshaft, crank and cylinder head have also been replaced by race-spec parts. Together with a new exhaust system, the Carbonado GT churns out a colossal 1,176kW (1,600hp) of power and an electronically-limited torque of 1,200Nm.
The result is a neck-breaking century sprint that takes just 2.1 seconds, while top speed is in excess of 370km/h!
To put all that power to good use, Mansory has fitted the car with ultra-lightweight forged rims with carbon fibre inlays measuring 9.0 x 20 and 13.0 x 21 shod with Pirelli P Zero tyres in VA 255/30 ZR20 and HA 355/25 ZR21.
Inside, the cabin is upholstered in fine leather while a newly designed sports steering wheel and non-slip aluminium pedals replace the stock items. Carbon fibre components can be found on the door trim and centre console.
Mansory has also relocated the Aventador fighter jet-style started button from the centre console to the roof lining.