Mansory is the name to keep in mind here, as the talented team behind the aftermarket brand is responsible for the development of the Lamborghini Aventador 750-4 Superveloce J.S. 1 Edition. Created exclusively for British billionaire James Stunt, the J.S. 1 Edition was inspired by the super limited edition Lamborghini Veneno.
This custom project features a “tailor-made Carbon Fiber shell”, which means a new front fascia and a front lip spoiler are now fitted onto the Lamborghini. Furthermore, the unique Italian supercar also features a ventilated hood, carbon fiber front fenders and aerodynamic side skirts, not to mention the larger rear spoiler, a sporty diffuser and a roof-mounted air intake.
Aside from the striking exterior look, the carbon fiber components were also responsible for a 110-pound diet, which is a lot considering we’re talking about a performance-oriented vehicle. The 6.5-liter V12 engine hiding under the hood has been attached to an optimized ECU, a high-performance air filter, and a new sports exhaust system.
As a result of all these performance mods, this menacing Lambo benefits from 818 hp and 553 pound-feet of torque now, which translates into 0 to 62 mph time of just 2.7 seconds and a top speed of 220 mph. We’re not sure how much the J.S. 1 Edition has set Stunt back, but rest assured it did set him back a pretty penny.
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