Mansory unveiled a highly modernized Aventador SVJMarch 12, 2020
The German tuner introduced the highly modified Lamborghini Aventador SVJ coupe, called Cabrera in honor of the historic Spanish bull breed. Only three copies of Cabrera will be released.
If there is a tuner that can take an already extravagant looking supercar and make it even brighter, then this is only the German studio Mansory. With a circulation of only three copies, the car, dubbed Cabrera, is a heavily modified Italian supercar Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce Jota.
This is more than just an aerodynamic body kit made of carbon fiber, as well as a new set of rims, as the scandalous tuner has developed new LED headlights. Four-point clusters, complemented by an LED strip of light in the front bumper, make the Cabrera significantly different from the usual Aventador SVJ. The rear of the exhaust system has four wide tips, which is an obvious sign that this is far from a serial car.
The body is now four centimeters wider than before, and comes with a hood made entirely of carbon fiber. It is surrounded by ventilated front wings that further separate the visually Cabrera from the standard SVJ.
These powerful wheel arches are large enough to accommodate Mansory forged wheels measuring 20 inches in front and 21 inches at the rear, fitted with Pirelli P Zero 255 / 30ZR20 and 355 / 25ZR21 tires, respectively. The body is painted with a shade of Vento Verde, and the interior received an abundance of Alcantara and leather.
Despite the fact that the regular Lamborghini Aventador SVJ can offer 759 hp. (720 Nm), Mansory decided to increase the power of the 6.5-liter naturally aspirated engine to almost 800 hp. (780 Nm). The high-performance coupe now accelerates to 100 km / h from standstill in 2.6 seconds or two tenths of a second faster than before. Maximum speed increased from 350 to 355 km / h.
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