German tuner Mansory used a lot of carbonfiber as it built a Lamborghini Aventador that has now been dubbed the Mansory Carbonado. It has become much lighter and its looks were improved from using carbonfiber extensively. In addition, Mansory gave the model an optimized engine management system and high-performance exhaust, increasing the power output to 754 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque. The Mansory Aventador will then be capable of accelerating to 62 mph in only 2.8 seconds after having completed its modifications such as bigger tires and ultra-lightweight carbonfiber trimmed rims. The cabin is equipped with carbon fiber inlays, treated leather, and non-slip aluminum pedals to heighten its premium feel even more. The boldest feature of the new carbon fiber suit is a new apron with air intakes which make the car wider by 40 millimeters over the front axle and by 50 millimeters over the back axle. The new side sills help in directing air flow to the drive unit and rear brakes while downforce is increased from a bigger spoiler on the back. Just six samples will be built. The pricing has yet to be announced but it’s implied that the car costs significantly higher than the regular model.
Gallery: Mansory Aventador Carbonado