Thursday, 19 July 2012

Mansory Aventador

Well, this is a surprise. Mansory have had a crack at modifying the Lamborghini Aventador, and it's not hideous.
The Swiss/German luxury modifiers cater for the super-rich, particularly in Russia, China and the Middle East, where attitudes to taste and style are somewhat different to that which you'll find in Western Europe. Which is a polite way of saying that Mansory have form in the area of taking an incredibly expensive car, making it look really embarrassing and doubling the price; bright pink Bentleys, McLaren-Mercedes SLRs with horrendous bodykits... you name it, they'll ruin it.
The Mansory Aventador, however, shows admirable restraint. Dubbed the Carbonado, it features wider carbon-fibre bodywork as well as forged wheels with carbon-fibre inlays. The V12 has received ECU tweaks and a custom exhaust to free up a few extra horses, taking peak power to 744bhp @ 8,300rpm. Finally, a Mansory that won't get you kicked out of the Country Club...
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