Lamborghini Aventador by Bond Style

17 Feb 2015 6:07 pm | Cars, Lamborghini

Since the Japanese have become the best at getting us a smooth glass of whiskey, I guess for them to work their magic on an Italian supercar doesn\t sound so bad anymore. A custom car shop in Osaka, Bond Style have taken upon themselves to modify the Lamborghini Aventador, and it’s not half bad.

The bonnet received a new stripe going from the badge up on the nose to the windshield, the front bumper now features a splitter in the same color scheme as the rest of the car, with the two colors seem to be closely divided in between them, mapping out the Lambo. The roof, half of the mirror caps, the wheels and the engine cover are done in black while some other details are also finished off in a similar style.

This Aventador is riding on a set of Hyperforged HF-LC5 alloys, in Anodized Black, 20 x 9 inches in size up front and 21 x 13 round the back, with yellow brake calipers hiding behind. This doesn’t look like much, but the attention to details is both impressive and incredible.