German car design house Mansory is set to work on a production model of its restyled Lamborghini Aventador Roadster.
Mansory has already made two Aventador coupes that are sold under the Carbonado name. The exhaustive and expensive process involves buying an Aventador and then striping off the body panels.
They are replaced with Mansory's own carbon-fibre panels with dyed fibre threads to create colourful and permanent patterns. The new body is 50mm wider and new axles are added to stretch out the track.
While the car is disassembled, the drive train gets a once-over to boost power to 920kW and 1232Nm of torque, up from 515kW/690Nm thanks to the addition of two turbochargers.
Also going up is the price. The $761,500 Aventador coupe, for example, has a sticker price as a Mansory Carbonado in Europe for the equivalent of $2 million – a cool $1.2 million upgrade.