MANSORY Lamborghini Aventador

⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩ All the info on this video can be found here ⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩ All 2012 Geneva motor show videos: (watch in 1080p for better viewing experience)!! Follow me on Facebook: As always with the former german (now swiss) company, it's pretty much "hate it or love it". Although most people seem to think their orginality and excess of flashy colors and carbon fiber is "bad taste", I for one look at the whole design and really appreciate the work they do. It's original, thought of, and usually gives a whole new look and feeling to the "borrowed car". The experiments from Mansory are often crazy (in the good way), and this Aventador is NO difference! Although it has no known name that I know of, this Mansory Lamborghini Aventador is out of this world. A real UFO on wheels. The color is simply astonishing for starters, some sort of redish/orange paintjob that changes depending on lighting. The use of carbon fiber brings good additions to the car and make it look like a soldier wearing an armor, ready for battle :) Mansor also tuned a little bit the engine, which now Boost 754 horse power (monster) at 8300 rpm, with top speed of approx 355 km/h. Problem? :) Filmed with a Sony HDR CX700 Enjoy! ***************************************************************************************** [●] Facebook: [●] Visit my website: [●] FlickR: [●] Twitter: ***************************************************************************************** Hope you enjoy! - ALEX

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Facebook: Twitter: Google+: The Mansory Carbonado " Black Diamond " is a limited edition based on the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4. Just 6 will be produced and they feature a HUGE use of carbon fibre, literally all over the car by including also the interior and the wheels. The Carbonado features also a new front and back bumper, a big rear spoiler, new Exhaust and tuning on the 6.5L V12 engine that now produces 754hp and 750nm by accelerating from 0 to 100km/h (0-60 mph) in just 2.8s with a top speed of 355km/h (220 mph). More Geneva videos here: