This is one of the last custom Aventadors by a company called Huber Automotive.
As a special send-off for its flagship supercar, the 2022 Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae Roadster is limited to only 250 units. The Ultimae is the ultimate expression of the Aventador, with 769 horsepower from its shouty V12 engine, the most ever in an Aventador. While most owners will fight to get their hands on one of the 350 coupes or 250 roadsters, a Lamborghini collector in the United Kingdom wanted to celebrate the Aventador in a different way.
The collector approached Huber Automotive, a coachbuilding company in the United Arab Emirates. Earlier this year, Huber announced a bespoke aero package to make the Aventador look even more aggressive than it already does. This is the company's first delivery, so it hosted a special event at David and Victoria Beckham's former residence, the Rowneybury House in Hertfordshire. Fabio Lamborghini was in attendance to reveal the car, putting his stamp of approval on the project.
The car is called the Huber Era, named to mark the Aventador's 10th anniversary and celebrate its production ending. "The Era should remind us of how much we all admired the Aventador when it was launched in 2011," said Sean-Peter Huber, managing director of Huber Automotive. This particular example is finished in a unique purple color, accentuating the body kit's carbon fiber front and rear bumper. An optional carbon fiber trunk is available as well. Huber will only build 21 kits, priced at 30,000 euros (around $35,435).
This is far from the first time we've seen an aftermarket company attempt to improve the Aventador, but it might possibly be the last. We'd be far happier spending our cash on a Lamborghini-built Ultimae, but Huber's efforts are much more appealing than Mansory's latest work. Huber wanted its kit to look factory, and it comes pretty close. Lamborghini will soon introduce the Aventador's successor, which is rumored to receive an updated V12 with hybrid assistance.