Lamborghini Carbonado Apertos by Mansory
This is Mansory’s Lamborghini Carbonado Apertos, a dangerous and stylish Italian beast that benefits from 1,250 PS. As you could imagine, the tuner went for some serious changes, including two new turbochargers, as well as plenty of carbon fiber components that make the supercar even lighter than initially intended.
The exterior mods are pretty obvious and have a practical purpose, like the new front spoiler that was designed to help cool down the engine bay. Improved downforce was achieved by adding a specifically designed front lip, while the side skirts and the larger wheel arches remind everyone this is a Mansory project.
Compared to the regular Carbonado, the Apertos looks way more aggressive. Although not new, the alloys seem to fit this Lamborghini perfectly, and the Pirelli P ZERO rubber can’t hurt. On the inside, the Carbonado Apertos is slightly outrageous and may not appeal to all taste. Please note the various carbon fittings and beautiful leather, as well as the unique steering wheel.
Let’s talk performance, ’cause that’s what a tuned-up supercar is all about, after all. The Lamborghini Carbonado Apertos will do 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 2.6 seconds and max out at 380 km/h (236 mph), which takes this towards hypercar universe. Such numbers were achieved by rebuilding the engine and replacing the pistons, connecting rods, rod bearings, crankshaft, cranks and the entire cylinder head with motorsport components. I dare not talk about costs!