As Lamborghini delivers more and more Aventadors to its lucky customers every single day, one can almost say that the Aventador is a common sight amongst other supercars. So besides getting the cooler roadster version, how are you supposed to stand out owning an Aventador? Now this is a serious first world problem for Aventador owners…
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As a supercar manufacturer who is well known for creating countless “limited edition” of their models, Lamborghini has finally found another great excuse to create another exclusive, limited edition Aventador: Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary.
Recently revealed at the ongoing Auto Shanghai 2013, this special Aventador celebrates the 50th year of Lamborghini as a company. The whole bottom half of the car is heavily tweaked while the top half is left untouched, for good reasons. This special Aventador gets a totally new front bumper with more aggressive air intakes inspired by the one-off Aventador J Roadster .
The rear also gets the same extreme treatment with larger air vents and more prominent rear diffusers. The new front and rear bumpers, including the side skirts and wing mirrors are all in matte black of course. Lamborghini claims that this new bodykit increases high-speed stability without increasing its drag.
Thankfully there are also technical upgrades to the car. Lamborghini engineers did some slight tweaks to the Aventador’s 6.5 liter V12 engine which allows this special Aventador to produce around 20 more horsepower. Hence the different LP720 nomenclature compared to the standard Aventador LP700.
The Anniversario edition will be painted in Giallo Maggio (May Yellow) with matching interior but customers can also specify different exterior colors as long as they are willing to spend more through the brand’s “Ad Personam” individualization program.
Limited to only 100 units, the Anniversario edition will definitely stand out amongst other “normal” Aventadors. Now with a new, more aggressive bodykit, I cannot help but think that this Anniversario edition looks slightly unbalance, disproportioned especially at the rear end.
I believe a fixed rear spoiler will complement its look just fine like with the Aventador J. And this being a significant car to celebrate a significant milestone of the company, I’m sure Lamborghini could do better than to use the same standard rims from the Aventador Roadster. What do you think?