Geneva 2012: Mansory Lamborghini Aventador
More tuning news from Geneva Motor Show with Mansory Lamborghini Aventador. Koroush Mansory has been quietly working on the Aventador since it was first revealed, so at the Geneva show they turned up with this rather magnificent thing. The package boosts the Aventador’s appeal as a bedroom poster, and also enhances its aerodynamic efficiency.
What’s more, Mansory is an expert in making lightweight carbon fiber, and they’ve been generous with using it in this car. So it’s a couple of kilos lighter than the standard car. That, and the tuned engine which now makes 744 HP at 8,300 rpm and 750 Nm at 6,000 rpm, will give the car a top speed of 355 km/h.
Zero to 100 km/h is done in 2.8 seconds.
The body kit on this Aventador includes revised front-end with optimized air intakes, carbon fiber garnish, new side sills, a rear wing and an absolutely huge rear diffuser. The sides grow by 40 millimeters in width on the front axle and an impressive 50 millimeters on the rear axle. Those make room for the 9.0 x 20 and 13.0 x 21 wheels with tires in the sizes VA 255/30 ZR20 and HA 345/25 ZR21.
Inside the cabin you find a newly designed airbag sports steering wheel, MANSORY installs non-slip aluminium pedals and real carbon-fibre components, plus new leather upholstery for the seats.