Did you like the exclusive Lamborghini Veneno? Are you a fan of the more “modest” Aventador? Well, you’d better take a look at this! Enthusiast website Lambocars.com made an interesting rendering of a Lamborghini Aventador Coupe and Roadster featuring a body kit inspired by the Veneno. Honestly, the car looks hot and we wouldn’t act surprised if a tuning company will produce this body kit.
As you can see, the new body kit consists of a new front bumper, side sills a large wing and a new rear bumper with integrated air diffuser and four-pipe central exhaust system. For those who don’t know, the Lamborghini Veneno is powered by the same 6.5-liter V12 engine found on the Aventador and capable to deliver 750 hp.
With these numbers, the Veneno is able to zoom from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 2.8 seconds and has a top speed of 355 km/h or 220 mph. Lamborghini announced that will build only three units of the Veneno, each priced at 3 million euros. The bad news is that the cars were already sold. The Aventador features the same V12 engine as the Veneno, but in its case it delivers “only” 700 hp.
The Aventador sprints from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.9 seconds and has a top speed of 350 km/h or 217 mph. Lamborghini is preparing new, more powerful SV version of the Aventador and we might see some elements from the Veneno but until we will see the new car, we could see a production version of this rendering. Let’s hope!
For all things Lamborghini, its designs have always displayed the beauty of its audacious power and the sophistication of its astonishing dynamics. From a quick glimpse, the brand-new Aventador is indubitably a Lamborghini, immersed in the brand’s cutting-edge style and exclusive design language, bearing its remarkably potent proportions, precise lines and surfaces, and firm bravado in every single one of its components.
The designers in the Centro Stile Lamborghini have meticulously evolved this design language to give the Aventador an exceptional lead over its competitors. It is a revolutionary work of art with an eye-catching dynamic sculpture, from the crisp front end through the exceptionally low roofline to the distinguished rear diffuser. Every single line has a specific role, every single form is imposed by its need for speed, yet the final product is nothing short of glorious and sensational.
The doors open upward – of course
Its spectacular proportions come from a total length of 4.78 meters (188.19 in.) matched with an equally-impressive width of 2.26 meters (88.98 in.) including the exterior mirrors, and topped off by a remarkably low height of just 1.136mm (44.72.). It isn’t a Lamborghini without both carbon-fiber monocoque doors opening upward – a trademark that was first introduced in the legendary Countach and has been subsequently used for the V12 models such as Diablo and Murcielago.
The Aventador, however, invokes its recent forerunner, the Murcielago, with its electronically managed air intakes opening depending on the temperature outside and its need for cooling air to ensure peak aerodynamic efficiency. For the young guns and the bespoke man who wish to show off the interiors of their Lamborghini, the optional transparent engine bonnet displays the twelve-cylinder engine like a work of art in a museum.