If your Aventador is the crown jewel in your fleet, you may be experiencing some dissonance at the moment.
Your Lambo is no longer the coolest and newest variant. The SuperVeloce coupe and roadster are now the hottest on the block.
But is the SV set of tweaks from Lambo really worth getting an entirely new machine? What about the $500k you spent in 2013?
HAMANN to the rescue!
There are dozens of ways to soup up your Lamborghini, but this eight-piece kit is one of the most effective for SV-besting looks.
It is quite exotic, and the bodywork changes help to vamp up the Aventador’s appeal from all sides. Favorite elements? The rear wing, of course. The new nose is sleek and unique, too. But the rear hotness is in the side sills and new intake ventlet ahead of the rear axle. The Hamann pack really brings out the brutal beauty of the original very elegantly.
Giallo Orion is the name of this shimmery gloss yellow — but you can pick any color you like, of course!
HAMANN Lamborghini Aventador Roadster
Addiction to yellow unavoidable
- At the Top Marques, car refiner Hamann for the first time presents the “Limited” version based on the Lamborghini Aventador Roadster
- The specialists from Laupheim refine the open super sportscar with independent body concept and appealing design details
- Many elements made of high-quality visible carbon fibre and the special “Giallo Orion” paint perfectly set the stage for the “Lambo”
- Power boosted to around 760hp and 735 Nm leaves nothing to be desired for open-top sportscar enthusiasts.
With its ultimate finish for the Aventador’s closed version Hamann already proved how to take the bull by the horns. At the Top Marques 2015, the experts from Laupheim will spotlight their development based on the fascinating roadster. Those who know Hamann know that the “Lambo” simply had to make an appearance that is even more uncompromising, even more spectacular. The refiner stepped up to the plate and now presents a fine and defined model concept that turns the open-top sportscar into an individualised masterpiece with unique traits.
The front is dominated by made-to-measure air vent inserts. The optical counterpart of this aerodynamics element is the two-piece front spoiler made of the same material, which provides for racing-grade down force and gives the front wheels increased grip. The airflow is optimised by striking side skirts that Hamann uses to trace the extravagant look. The voluminous air scoop on the bonnet supply the huge twelve-cylinder unit with plenty of cool air and underlines the model’s own character. Here, Hamann has integrated especially high-quality clear-coated carbon fibre, which allows a clear view of the Lamborghini power package.
The greatest optimisation efforts Hamann undertook at the rear of the Aventador. The car refiner replaced the rear apron and rear diffuser with its own designs and constructions made of ultra-lightweight carbon fibre. The adjustable rear spoiler is made of the same material and was developed specifically for the “Limited.” The sport rear muffler, which Hamman also offers as racing version with an impressive “backfire” effect, is there to ensure a special and individual sound.
Highlights of the Swabian Lambo are the alloy wheels, which go perfectly with its new look. The multi-part Hamann “Professional” is produced by a forging process, which guarantees maximum driving dynamics through lightness and the highest level of stiffness. The high-performance wheels in sizes 9×20 and 13×21 inch bear ultra-high-performance tyres in sizes 255/30 ZR 20 in front and 355/25 ZR 21 in the back.
The specialists of Hamann push the performance of the potent Italian to new heights. 700 hp (515 kW) and 690 Nm were the numbers to beat – and that’s what Hamann clearly managed to do. The completely redesigned software of the control unit of the twelve-cylinder in the “Limited” now reaches 760 hp (559 kW). The maximum torque of the 6.5-liter V12 increases with the identity field optimisation to a raging 735 Nm*.
In Monaco, Hamann presents the open “Limited Lambo” with the special “Giallo Orion” paint having a pearly yellow shimmer. The allusion to the constellation of the same name may be understood as “reach for the stars”. The reason: Hamann fulfils every conceivable customer wish. Just one example: by request, the Lambo’s interior turns into a distinctive individual item with carefully sewn leather applications on the dashboard, side coverings or high-speed seats.
Hamann offers the model as finely tuned “total work of art”. However, the exclusive components can also be configured as desired, for example, in case the basic model already parks in the customer’s garage.
All elements marked with * are racing parts without German TÜV approval. Performance values stated above may vary depending on engine type, the vehicle’s equipment, gearbox, transmission ratio, wheel/tyre combination. To achieve optimal performance with petrol engines, Super Plus 98 ROZ or higher petrol types need to be used.
For high-performance vehicles, HAMANN uses and recommends high-performance lubricants from LIQUI MOLY.
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