• 2021 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Cabrera By Mansory

If you didn’t think the Aventador SVJ Cabrera couldn’t get better, Mansory’s tune will surprise you

Mansory is famous for taking some of the world’s most exotic supercars and turning them into examples of excess car tuning. No supercar is spared from a Mansory tuning creation, including the already radical Lamborghini Aventador SVJ.

The Mansory-tuned Aventador SVJ — it’s called the Cabrera — gets an exaggerated new look, an engine upgrade, and an abundance of aerodynamic upgrades. Only three units of the Mansory Cabrera will be built.

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The Mansory Cabrera comes with a full carbon fiber body that adds 1.6 inches to the Aventador SVJ’s width. The panels that don’t show the exposed carbon fiber are dressed in a Vento Verde Satin Green paint finish. The supercar’s headlights are completely new, and together with the larger front intakes, the aggressive front splitter, and the endplates that wrap around the side panels, Mansory has managed to alter the look of the Lamborghini to the extent that the Cabrera looks like an entirely different specie from the Aventador SVJ. 20- and 21-inch forged wheels that look similar to the ones used on the Lamborghini Veneno are also part of the package.

The rear section is no different. Mansory slapped an obnoxiously large rear wing on the supercar and fitted an even wilder diffuser. No doubt these modifications are meant to improve the supercar’s aerodynamics, but the cost of doing that might be too extreme for most people.

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Mansory’s treatment of the interior is a tad more subtle.

Forged carbon fiber trim is visible throughout the cabin. Arrow-shaped decorative elements and carbon fiber weaves are also present as a reference to the F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter that Mansory used as inspiration in creating the tuning package for the Cabrera.

Engine upgrades are also part of the Cabrera package. The German tuner rebuilt the Aventador SVJ’s naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V-12 engine. The result is an output of 799 horsepower and 575 pound-feet of torque. That’s an extra 39 horsepower and 44 pound-feet of torque over the V-12’s standard output of 760 horsepower and 531 pound-feet of torque.

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The power gains allow the Cabrera to sprint from 0 to 62 mph in 2.6 seconds, 0.2 seconds quicker than the Aventador SVJ. Top speed also improved to 220 mph, up from the standard model’s 219-mph top speed.

Mansory didn’t divulge the cost of a Cabrera conversion, but considering how limited it is, don’t be surprised if you’re looking at a seven-figure price tag for the whole shebang.

Final Thoughts

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There’s a level of trepidation that comes with a Mansory announcement. Knowing how the tuner operates, it’s nerve-wracking to think what kind of elaborate program it’s been cooking in its kitchen. Once you see it, though, that trepidation either turns into awe or disgust. There’s no middle ground when it comes to the German tuner. And yet, you have to appreciate Mansory’s audacity. The Cabrera is a good example. It’s one thing to make aftermarket upgrades on a supercar like the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ; it’s another thing to flip the Lamborghini on its head. Like it or not, the Cabrera is a shining example of Mansory’s M.O., and we’re either better or worse off for it.

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    • Far from cheap
    • Too overblown
    • Not for everyone
Kirby Garlitos
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The so-called "black fighting bull" has been bred for more than 500 years. There are several breeding lines of the "Toro de Lidia", the Spanish fighting bull, which differ from each other in their physical proportions and/or their colouring. One of the best known and most important breeding line is - besides the world-famous lines "Gallardo" and "Miura" – the line called "Cabrera".
Wild, powerful, full of temperament - with these attributes this breeding line also proves to be the perfect name giver for another high-performance creation from MANSORY headquartered in Brand, Bavaria:
The new "MANSORY Cabrera"
Even the completely redesigned carbon bodywork is reminiscent of a fighting bull in attack posture. Also, the reference to the shape of stealth aircraft gives the "MANSORY Cabrera" a thoroughly desired, attack-conscious look. In addition to the appearance, the technology has also been improved in numerous ways.
For example, the striking air inlets of the front apron optimise the fresh air flow of the radiator. Together with the specially developed front design, this also results in improved downforce for more road grip overall. At the sides, striking side skirts and the grown wheel arches show the well-known MANSORY signature. And here too, visual enjoyment and technical functionality go hand in hand. E.g. the new carbon components not only look impressively good, they also act as air fins and supply large amounts of fresh air to both the unit under the new full carbon engine hood and the rear brake system. The newly developed double diffuser is responsible for perfect airflow underneath the vehicle and the large rear spoiler in conjunction with the rear skirt is responsible for downforce on the rear axle. The vehicle width of the "MANSORY Cabrera" is also increased by 4 cm in the course of the body conversion.
All these aerodynamic improvements are necessary because the "MANSORY Cabrera" clearly surpasses the performance values of the standard Aventador. The powerful V12 engine with its 6.5 litre cubic capacity is therefore completely rebuilt by MANSORY. The result of this elaborate conversion process is a leap in performance that even demanding connoisseurs are simply thrilled with: the basic output of 700 hp pushes MANSORY to a peak output of 810 hp. The maximum torque is now 780 Nm. The impressive result: the super sports car needs exactly 2.6 seconds to sprint from zero to 100 km/h and its high-speed ends at an almost unrivalled 355 km/h. The powerful sound is produced by a four-pipe exhaust system, which makes a visually impressive statement at the rear between the rear lights and show unmistakably that up to 810 horses are at work when needed.
In order to transfer this immense power of the twelve-cylinder engine to the asphalt, MANSORY relies on forged light-alloy wheels in 9X20 and 13x21 inch dimensions in conjunction with the high-performance Pirelli P ZERO tyres in 255/30ZR20 at the front and 355/25ZR21 at the rear. The standard four-wheel-drive is the perfect partner to manage the power either.
However, the LED main headlights, also known from the "Le MANSORY" and completely newly and exclusively developed, are of particular importance. This lighting system, which is divided into four individual headlights, gives the "MANSORY Cabrera" a dynamic appearance which clearly distinguishes it from the standard SVJ and gives it an independent look through newly drawn contours and enlarged air inlets. The look of the "MANSORY Cabrera" also gives it a kind of family resemblance with the "Le MANSORY".
In the interior - as is customary with all MANSORY complete conversions - almost not a single component has remained untouched by the MANSORY specialists. The "Vento Verde" colour chosen for the exterior is also used as a colour accent in the interior. Decorated with arrow-shaped decorative seams and with "forged carbon" applications refine the interior in numerous details and give the "MANSORY Cabrera" also in the interior a sporty touch with technical appeal at the highest level.
The “MANSORY Cabrera” is limited to 3 conversions worldwide.

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