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Remember Mansory? The tuner who gave the world a camo decked G-Class? Read here MANSORY MODIFIED G CLASS IS THE ULTIMATE MACHO LOOKING MACHINE. They have turned their attention on a  Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 and practically stripped all the metal bits and replaced them with lightweight carbon-fiber to create the ready-for-any competitor looking Carbonado Aventador.

According to carscoops, ‘Carbonado’ does sound a little bit too much like we’re making a Pizza, but it’s actually derived from ‘carbon’ so we’ll take it. Besides it’s not the first time we’ve seen it or written about it.

This is arguably one of the most exotic cars in the world and we’re not saying that because it’s a Lamborghini but rather because it’s a Mansory. It doesn’t get a lot more exclusive than that in the tuning industry.

Underneath all that carbon beats the heart of the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, except that now the V12 produces no fewer than 1,233 HP thanks to the two turbochargers (among other changes).

The performance figures are exceptional, with 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in just 2.6 seconds and a top speed of 380 km/h (236 mph). It’s faster than the LP700-4 by 0.3 seconds, and it will do 30 km/h more. As for the new LP750-4 SuperVeloce, it’s still no match for the Carbonado – even though it’s hard to say how much 0.2 seconds would influence a real-life acceleration test between the two.



Check out the pictures below. I like the outcome, very mean looking.

Mansory Carbonado Aventador. Images courtesy of carscoops.com

Check out the girth of this arse.

Then compare it to the úncarbonated’ Aventador below. Which is your take?

Lamborghini Aventador. Image courtesy of autoblog.com
Lamborghini Aventador. Image courtesy of digitaltrends.com
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