The Lamborghini Aventador 50th Anniversario is one cool ride, and any guy would be lucky to ride in one, let alone park it in his garage. But things are about to get even better, because this particular Lamborghini is about to receive a complex makeover from Carlex Design, with the tuner intending to transform the Italian super-car to mirror a jet fighter. The Aventador already features such similarities in stock form, but the after-market specialist developer wants more, which should eplain why they chose this this special and limited edition of Lamborghini super-cars: only 100 were built.
What you’re probably enjoying right now is the special Lamborghini paint-job, a shade of yellow dubbed Giallo Maggio which the tuner decided to feature inside the cabin, as well, blended with Black. If you’re worried about the quality of interior customization, the tuner has stated the project was executed by use of Lamborghini leather, whatever that means. I love that strong contrast between the two colors inside the cabin, on the dashboard, steering wheel, center console, as well as on the door cards.
The tuner fitted the Lamborghini with some special trimming, mixing carbon fiber with the Giallo Maggio shade. Obviously, some Carlex logos made their way around the cabin, but I think it’s safe to say we can handle that. Now, we are momentarily dealing with renderings of the Carlex project, but the tuner will probably build this if, and when customers will ask them to. So, what’s it gonna be: original or tuned-up Lamborghini for you?