This was never going to go well.
What you're looking at here quite clearly isn't a Lamborghini Aventador, but the owner wants everyone to think it's a Raging Bull. Yes, it's another supercar replica with a curious choice of base car. While many supercar replicas start life as a Pontiac Fiero due to its mid-engine layout and proportions that can be adapted to look like a fake Ferrari, this terrible-looking Lamborghini Aventador replica is based on an old four-door Honda Accord.
No wonder the proportions look so wrong. The bizarre replica was built by a company called Executive Modcar Trendz based in India, and it bears only a slight resemblance to the mighty Lamborghini Aventador.
The roof is much higher than the real car's, as is the ride height, while the engine bay and decklid descend too steeply, and the wheels are far too small. To be fair, the company has done a decent job replicating the Aventador's Arancio Argos launch color, and the headlights and taillights look accurate. But other than that, this Lamborghini Aventador replica isn't fooling anyone.
Unsurprisingly, the performance can't match the real thing either. While the current Lamborghini Aventador S has a phenomenally powerful 6.5-liter V12 that produces a bone-shaking 730 hp, the Honda Accord-based replica has a sedate 2.4-liter four-cylinder unit that pumps out 177 hp. So, it doesn't look like the real thing, sound like the real thing, handle like the real thing, or perform like the real thing. That means the only thing this replica has going for it is that it would have cost considerably less than the real thing.