Lamborghini’s new Aventador got the Mansory treatment this month and is no worse for the wear. In fact, it got a whole new look with a name to go along with it: The Aventador Carbonado LP700-4.
Mansory, a high-performance customization company from Germany, set its sights on the Aventador at the same time that Lamborghini is gearing up to celebrate its 50th anniversary in August.
Improvements include widening the track by 40 mm in the front and 50 mm in the rear as well as amping up the horsepower from 700 to 744. The torque has been augmented to 530 pound-feet, an improvement to the 510 pound-feet seen in a standard model. Almost all of the outside panels were replaced with ultra-lightweight woven carbon fibers. The tires wrap around forged wheels that have been customized to reduce upspring weight. Non-slip aluminum pedals drive the car to 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds, and all the way to a top speed of 220 mph.
Only six Carbonados will be produced, and the only way to get them is through the Mansory website.
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