The body kit is similar to the kit we drove three months ago at a local airfield near the Mansory headquarters. The Carbonado Black Diamond edition will be limited to only six pieces.
The kit features an apron with bigger air inlets for improved ventilation of the front coolers. The new front lip and its daytime driving lights are combined with new front wings, as well as a newly designed bonnet.
The sides grow by 40 millimeters in width on the front axle and 50 millimeters on the rear axle. Newly designed side sill sets are also fitted. The diffuser integrated into the new rear apron and the rear wing produce contact pressure at the rear axle. The body package is completed by exchanging the roof and engine compartment covers.
Thanks to an optimised engine-management system and an high performance exhaust system, both engine power and acceleration are improved. Thanks to 754hp at 8,300rpm and 750Nm at 6,000rpm, the 12-cylinder supercar accelerates from zero to 100km/h in 2.8 seconds. The top speed of 355km/h is also higher than the basic vehicle.
The Mansory Aventador rides on ultralight forged rims with carbon fiber inlays in the sizes 9.0×20 and 13.0×21 with tyres in the sizes VA 255/30 ZR20 and HA 345/25 ZR21. The interior has been refined with treated leather for the seats, dashboard and the newly designed airbag sports steering wheel. Mansory also installed non-slip aluminium pedals and real carbon fiber components on the dashboard. They even moved the starter button to the headliner.
If you want to know more about the Mansory body kit for the Aventador then read our road test of the tuned supercar.