The crazy people at Mansory, not content with getting the most out of various Ferraris and Astons over the years have turned their attention to the Lamborghini “cruise missile” Aventador LP700-4.

Thankfully though, they have refrained from giving the car one of their usual, silly names, instead turning their attention to giving the car their own take on some of the cars key elements such as the steering wheel, the monstrous 20 and 21-inch wheels and even the engine, which has been upgraded to well and truly past 12 on the dial.

The front apron, front lip, driving lights, front wings, bonnet, rear wing, boot and engine compartment cover have all been redesigned, enlarged and given extra carbon fibre to not only enhance the aesthetic appeal of the weapon on wheels but also provide additional down-force and cooling where it is needed. The exterior package is finished off with Mansory designed 20-inch wheels at the front and massive 21-inch wheels at the rear.

Not wanting to stop there, the loonies at Mansory have also gone to town on the engine, which now generates 555kw and 750nm of tyre-smoking fury. The car accelerates from 0-100 in a not too shabby 2.8 seconds and tops out at a mind-boggling 355 km/h.

The interior has been fettled to a lesser extent, sporting new leather surfaces and a newly designed, airbag friendly sports steering wheel. Aluminium sports pedals and more carbon fibre components complete the fit-out.

Like many of these hand crafted, customised exotics, the Mansory Aventador will probably never be seen tearing up the Great Ocean Road however Mansory will probably create one for you if you have a big enough wallet (and big enough Cojones!).

 

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