Mansory has given the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ an aerodynamic overhaul with this new Cabrera body kit to celebrate the German tuner’s 30th anniversary. Along with this drastic redesign, the supercar gets a bump in power.
Named after a legendary breed of fighting bull, the Cabrera has been dressed with a new carbon-fibre front-end that also incorporates freshly developed LED headlamps. The nose works alongside new side skirts, rear wing and diffuser to ostensibly improve aerodynamics and downforce. With the extended wheel arches, the Cabrera measures 40 mm wider than the standard SVJ.
Completing the package are a special "Vento Verde" green paint job and a set of 20-inch front and 21-inch rear light alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli P-Zero tyres.
Sitting under the carbon-fibre engine cover is Lamborghini’s naturally aspirated 6,5-litre V12, which now boasts a power output of 596 kW and 780 N.m of torque, up from the standard 566 kW and 720 N.m.
As a result of these changes, the Cabrera is capable of an improved claimed 0-100 km/h time of 2,6 seconds and a top speed of 355 km/h. The sound of the engine is enhanced by a dramatic quad-pipe exhaust system fitted between the taillamps.
In the cabin, the Cabrera receives a complete conversion with almost every single component being retouched by Mansory, while the aforementioned Vento Verde hue has been used for accent colouring. The tuner says it will be building just three units.
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