Mansory is perhaps one of the most well-known tuners from the entire aftermarket segment, managing to recreate extraordinary models, and their latest project is this rare Lamborghini Aventador which has received the Carbonado Apertos, along with some power upgrades under the hood.
We are dealing here with one of the three rare Lamborghini Aventador Carbonado Apertos, which was first displayed at the Essen Motor Show last year, the model costing around 1 million euros.
This model is adorned with carbon fiber parts front to rear, being also wider and longer than an average Aventador.
As we can depict from the photos below, the Lambo has received new front and rear bumpers, side skirts and sills, fenders, new bonnet, rear diffuser and wide wing or grille inserts. The entire body style is complemented by the high-performance alloy wheels, sized 9×20 and 13×21 front and rear, wrapped in Pirelli P ZERO rubbers.
The mods don’t stop here, as the aftermarket specialists from Mansory tuner have also wrapped the cabin in Alcantara and bespoke leather.
Under the hood, the engine received an incredible boost, the supercar now producing a whopping 1,250 horsepower and a limited 900 Nm of torque, at a topping of 380 km/h. Enjoy the exquisite photos released by the tuner!