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Lamborghini Aventador SV Goes Green, Virtually

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These days there is a lot pressure on sports car makers like Lamborghini and Ferrari to go green and make their car more environment-friendly. They, of course, have no immediate plan to comply. But they can fool environmentalists – because they are that gullible – by painting their cars in this deep and lustrous shade of green you see on this Lamborghini Aventador SV.

Normally if you want a green Lamborghini you can choose between Verde Mantis and Verde Ithaca, because those are Lamborghini’s idea of what green should look like. What we have here though is a richer shade of green inspired by the nature, which is why we think it’ll make the Greenpeace think Lamborghini is indeed trying to be greener!

To drive the point home the guys from R.U.K who came up with this cool rendering have chosen an appropriate background for the picture. They have also given the car a set of green ADV1 wheels which seem to be complementing the aggressive design of the SV perfectly.

The aero kit on the Lamborghini Aventador SV, which is of course the main visual difference between this and the normal version, is made from black plastic rather than exposed carbon fiber which is a bit disconcerting to be honest, given that the car costs nearly half a million dollars. But you do get 50 more horsepower and 50 kg less weight, which I guess is enough to justify the price tag.

Rendering by RUK Technology

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