From the factory, the Lamborghini Aventador is one of the coolest cars on the planet. Despite this, bespoke tuning companies have let their imagination run wild with the top-of-the-line Lambo, in order to take its cool-factor to all-new heights. Hamann Motorsports is a perfect example. It has brought its take on the Aventador to the Geneva Motor Show … and it’s a grey and green masterpiece.
The tuned Aventador comes with a matte grey special paint called “stealth grey” that looks so good; it ought to be a factory color. And that special paintjob is given a dab of lime green color that contrasts the matte grey. I think the color scheme is great – who honestly doesn’t like lime green?
The exterior is also spruced-up with revised front and rear fascias, featuring carbon fiber trimmings and spoilers, revised side skirts, and a new rear wing.
The bespoke supercar comes with a 20-inch set of wheels on the front and a 21-inch set on the back.
Inside, Hamann has continued the grey-green theme in the cabin and added green leather trimmed three-spoke steering wheel. The interior also features green leather on the dashboard, seats, and door panels.
Under the hood, Hamann has managed to crank another 59 horses from Lamborghini’s standard 6.5-liter V12 that brings the amount of horses in the stable to 750.
Hamann Motorsports has found a way to include lime green on a Lamborghini without making the supercar so loud that only Kanye West’s ego could drive it.