2012 Lamborghini Aventador by Mansory

Mansory’s first tuning package for the Geneva Motor Show was based on a 2012 McLaren MP4-12C and was something that could definitely allow us to appreciate the finesse of Mansory’s skills. Their package for the Lamborghini Aventador , however, is a completely different story. The standard Aventador is an amazing supercar, but somehow the tuner has managed to ruin that amazing image by adding way too much carbon fiber and way too many redesigned body parts.

First and foremost, the Lamborghini Aventador by Mansory has way too much carbon fiber for our liking, on both the outside of the car as well as the inside, but it also received a series of elements that don’t really fit in with the super car’s luscious exterior. Mansory put in over-sized inlet ducts on the front of the car, a new front apron, a new front lip, new front wings, and a newly designed bonnet.

What we do like on the exterior are the 20" wheels and the exquisite engine boost provided by the tuner. The V12 engine’s output has been increased from the standard 700 HP 8,250 rpm and 509 lb-ft at 5,500 rpm to 754 HP at 8,300rpm and 553 lbs-ft at 6,000rpm. As a result, the car will sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds and up to a top speed of 220 mph - a little 3mph improvement compared to the standard Aventador.


9 comments:

power, speed and efficiency. thumbs up. styling thumbs down.

The Aventador by Masonry is a one example of the powerful tuning. It houses the V12 engine that sparks the road with 154HP.

I simply do not want its new look. The engine is most certainly acceptable, nonetheless.

It doesn’t matter how Mansory has overdone its components; what’s important is the drastic increase in its speed!

Masonry may have overdone their tuning, but it has resulted to a fiercer Aventador anyway in its appearance and performance. The front fascia has become more vicious-looking, and the engine can give off such high amounts of horsepower and torque enabling it to run speedier in a short moment.

Mansory shouldn’t change any car’s appearance no matter up as they often end up butchering them. They seem to be efficient on boosting the power and speed, nonetheless, so I think they should stick with that. This modified Aventador is only one of its samples.

As long as there is Mansory, the original images of supercars will be ruined, no offense. I have not seen a single work of them that manifests a beauty. On the contrary, they’re very accurate on enhancing the power and speed of its performance.

I agree with this article, and with Dalia_Pinto. The first time I caught a glimpse of it, the lapsing edges are a killer. Nevertheless, it didn’t fail to give us a spectacular power, speed and efficiency.

Ah, this is one example of overdoing the upgrades on its parts. Nevertheless, it still sprints 0-60mph in only 2.8 seconds despite the fiasco so it’s not a total flop after all.

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