Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 by Mansory Unleashed at Geneva

Even with lashings of carbon-fiber and a glut of redesigned body parts, this is still rather tame by Mansory’s standards.

For a Mansory this isn't as outlandish as you'd expect, and simply gets some new bodywork up front including wider fenders, a new front apron, lip and wings, and a larger lower intake. What is a bit over-the-top is the amount of carbon-fiber used in the aero package, as there are bits of it bulging all over the place. From the A-pillar bases to the end of the engine cover there's more carbon-fiber, and again it appears in the form of a wing and rear diffuser. 20-inch ninja-star style alloys complete the look.

Reports suggest the power stands at 754hp and 553lb-ft of torque and that the supercar can now sprint from 0-62 mph in 2.8 seconds and hit a 220 mph top speed, gaining 3mph on the standard Aventador.

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