Mansory has worked its magic on the already ludicrously styled Lamborghini Aventador SVJ and given it a staggeringly aggressive body kit plus a host of smaller amendments and details. Only 963 examples are being made of the original SVJ by the Italian marque, with only 3 being given to Mansory for this once over.
The body is 1.57 inches wider than the standard car and the hood is made from carbon fibre to reduce weight. New, four-point light clusters give the car a more modern nose, and four exhaust exits at the rear give it an even more performance-orientated and aftermarket aesthetic.
The front fenders are vented to allow for better cooling of the brakes (probably), and there’s a front splitter to add downforce (again, probably) but to also make it look more track-orientated. A host of other aero trickery can be found across the body of the car, too.
Wider arches sit either side of the car to enable the huge Mansory’s forged wheels measuring 20 inches at the front and 21 at the back. These are wrapped in Pirelli P Zero rubber. The striking paint colour is Vento Verde, and this is complemented by the green interior that’s been covered in leather and Alcantara.