Lamborghini Aventador Gets Subtle New Look

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Aftermarket firm, Huber, celebrates ten years of the iconic Raging Bull with new body kit.

Lamborghini has been celebrating a few notable anniversaries of late, including the 30th birthday of the legendary Diablo, as well as the ten year anniversary of the Lamborghini Aventador. To celebrate ten years of the Aventador, and to commemorate the end of its production, bespoke coachbuilding company Huber, based in the United Arab Emirates, has created a new aero package that gives the original car a fresh, yet subtle new look. These guys are new to the supercar scene, but one glance at this creation, named 'Era', is a clear indication of the company's capability, and just how beautiful the Aventador really is.

What the company has achieved is impressive: the front and rear end has been completely redesigned but manages to look OEM in its execution, and the subtle changes further highlight the gorgeous shape of the Aventador but bring it right up to 2021 in terms of its overall look.

Huber notes that the Aventador is already a superhero in its own right: "The Aventador has a large following, and many aftermarket players have added their visions to this car. Expectations are high, so we knew to take our time to get it right, and we've enjoyed the journey."

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Under all those good-looking body parts, the Lamborghini Aventador remains one seriously fast car. The original, which was launched in 2011, replaced the Murcielago and was powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine producing a massive 691 horsepower. Later models improved on the standard car, and versions such as the Aventador SV would come to reach levels of performance difficult to match by its competitors. The SV can sprint to sixty in only 2.8 seconds and will top out at over 217 mph. Huber says that the first bumper units are ready to go, but pricing for the kit is yet unknown.

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