Mansory aren’t known for their subtle vehicle customisations, in fact, some projects have been rather eye-watering at times. The Mansory Carbonado Black Diamond isn’t one of them, however, and is a rather enticing version of the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4.
In standard form the Aventador LP700-4 already uses carbon fibre extensively, but Mansory has replaced almost every exterior panel with the strong composite material showcasing its natural carbon fibre weave pattern. The car sports a wider track too, growing by 40 mm in front and 50 mm in the rear. Mansory has put a lot of effort into the ultra-light forged rims with carbon-fibre inlays. The wheels measure 20-inch in front and 21-inch at the rear, with tyres sizes of 255/30 ZR20 and 345/25 ZR21 respectively.
Thanks to an optimised engine management system and an high performance exhaust system, both engine power and acceleration are improved. The Carbonado produces 548 kW at 8 300 r/min and 750 Nm at 6 000 r/min. Acceleration from 0 – 100 km/h takes the V12-powered supercar just 2.8 seconds and top speed is 355 km/h.
The interior has not gone untouched either, with new leather for the seats, dashboard and a newly designed steering wheel. Mansory have also installed non-slip aluminium pedals and carbon fibre inserts on the dashboard.
Mansory hasn’t offered any pricing, which is another way of saying it’s bloody expensive. Just 6 Mansory Carbonados will be built.