Lamborghini Aventador SV Has Matte Carbon Roof With “Ad Personam” Program
Published July 30, 2016
The “Ad Personam” is not another fancy program that is about matching leather or fancy shades. The Italian car makers can surprise the world with more exotic stuff. They can add carbon fiber roof and windshield pillars to your car. Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SuperVeloce is going for “Ad Personam”
The Aventador has been ordered in California through the New Port Beach Lamborghini, who were too glad to share a glimpse of the car in Facebook. The car feels like the Sesto Elemento without any obvious remake of any particular part. The biggest achievement is the perfect finish with the matte carbon fiber roof. Although the company is known for its exotic finishes, it did take them a lot of time to figure out how to shape the complex roof and blend it with the rest of the body.
As a viewer, we cannot deduce how much weight is saved. The idea of matching exterior components like the rear wing, rear engine intakes, window intakes, side intakes, and the hood vents in front to the carbon fiber finish is inspiring.
The customer had also requested for red SV graphics as they would go along with the center hub caps and brake callipers which are red. The interior of the car is decorated with black leather and Alcantara with red accents.
The exotic car also features glossy carbon fiber in its interiors, instrument cluster shroud, navigation screen trim, panels of the door, centre media console, fixed bucket seats, and the Aventador-branded door sills. The inside also has a visible glossy “Carbon Skin” roof lining.
The engine is dressed up in a fancy X-cross bracing and T-shaped engine cover that are covered in a glossy Carbon Fiber. It houses the standard 750 PS 6.5 litre V12 engine. The basic Lamborghini is just priced over $200,000, but no one opts to buy that. With the fresh looks of the cool interior and matching carbon everywhere, we can understand why!
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