Lamborghini Aventador by Maatouk Design London

27 Jan 2015 6:25 pm | Cars, Lamborghini

Maatouk Design London is not really a household name, but no matter; once you see their latest project, I’m sure it will be. The tuning garage has applied a rather tasteful gold treatment on a Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4. Obviously, this particular ride was already cool enough for me, but some people are a bit more picky than that.

Gold usually doesn’t work, no matter what supercar you plan on modifying; it’s just too much. With that in mind, Maatouk Design London was very careful in dosing the amount of gold added to the Lamborghini, owned by a businessman from Qatar. It was modified to celebrate the country’s national day and there’s reason to celebrate, as the ride doesn’t look tacky at all.

The precious metal was used to adorn the wheels, front splitter, air vents surrounds, logos; on the inside, the door sills, central tunnel, instrument dials, steering wheel and the door handles are golden. No clues on the price-tag, but obviously one-of-a-kind luxury doesn’t come cheap