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Carbon fibre galore in Mansory Carbonado

Germany-based Mansory has decided to go obsessive-compulsive with carbon fibre with its latest car

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  • Published: 17:47 July 26, 2012
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The Carbonado
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  • The Carbonado features a body kit made of ultralightweight carbon fibre adorning the new front apron.
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Kourosh Mansory is a man with expensive taste. Costly composites like carbon fibre
won’t do for Mr Mansory. Instead, the man has to lace the stuff with gold when
wrapping creations such as his tuning company’s Linea Vincero Bugatti Veyron line.

Now that Germany-based Mansory has set its sights on Sant’Agata’s Lamborghini Aventador, the company has decided to go obsessive-compulsive with carbon fibre.

Limited to just six examples worldwide, the Carbonado, as they call the car, features a body kit made of ultralightweight carbon fibre adorning the new front apron, larger vents, new front splitter, wider wheel arches, and a full aerodynamic kit featuring side skirts, a large rear diffuser and a rear wing.

The Carbonado is 40mm lower than a standard Aventador, so good luck on Jumeirah Beach Road, and the performance has been increased with a new exhaust and ECU fettling to extract 750bhp and 750Nm of torque.

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