Thought the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ couldn't get any more extreme? Think again.
The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ is the ultimate version of the flagship Aventador supercar, boasting sharp styling, advanced aerodynamics, and mind-blowing performance. But that hasn't stopped German tuner Mansory from taking it to a new level of insanity. To celebrate the company's 30th anniversary this year, Mansory is unveiling some special tuning projects starting with the Mansory Cabrera, a new extreme take on the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ.
Named after a breed of Spanish fighting bulls, the Cabrera's striking carbon fiber body has been completely redesigned and is reminiscent of a fighting bull in attack posture, according to Mansory. New air inlets on the front apron optimize air flow and improve downforce combined with the redesigned front end.
At the sides, Mansory has added side skirts and the massive wheel arches housing forged wheels measuring 20 inches at the front and 21 inches in the back wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires. Not only do the new carbon components make the Avetador SVJ look even more aggressive but they also act as air fins and supply large amounts of air to engine under the new carbon fiber hood and rear brake system. A newly developed double diffuser optimizes airflow underneath the supercar, while a large rear spoiler and rear skirt increase downforce on the rear axle. Compared to the regular Aventador SVJ, the Mansory is 1.57 inches wider.
As standard, the Aventador SVJ packs a 6.5-liter V12 producing 759 horsepower and 537 lb-ft of torque, but Mansory has completely rebuilt it to increase the performance. As a result, the Mansory Cabrera output has increased to 810 hp and 575 lb-ft of torque, enabling the raging bull to sprint from 0-62 mph in 2.6 seconds and top out at 220 mph. For comparison, the standard Aventador SVJ needs 2.8 seconds to do the same sprint and has a top speed of 217 mph.
Its powerful V12 soundtrack is accentuated by a custom quad exhaust system positioned between the rear lights. As well as adding a slew of carbon fiber components, Mansory has also fitted redesigned front LED lights divided into four individual headlights and separate LED strips on the front bumper that give the Aventador SVJ a radical new look at the front. Inside, the interior features Vento Verde accents that match the exterior color as well as arrow-shaped decorative seams and forged carbon has been applied throughout the cabin.
You won't see many Mansory Cabreras on the road, because only three are being put into production. Pricing hasn't been announced, but regular Lamborghini Aventador SVJ starts at $517,770 so it won't be cheap.