CNN Business wrote, “Lamborghini doesn't just make supercars, it invented them."
While no automobile is perfect, perhaps Lamborghini models are as close to it as can be. The countless hours of design, engineering, and the amount of attention to detail that goes into building a Lamborgini is unparalleled in automobile manufacturing.
Stefano Domenicali, CEO of Italian sports car manufacturer Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. explains, “When a Lamborghini drives by, you don’t need to read the name or see the logo; you can immediately tell by the design and the sound that it’s a Lamborghini. This is vital to our cars’ success.”
An aftermarket for Lamborghini upgrades exists, but frankly, “it is hard to improve on perfection.” As a result, the most common form of mods to Lambos are changes that impact its aesthetics but have little influence on its aerodynamics, power output, or handling performance. The difference is the body color done either with paint or a wrap, and the results can be spectacular.
Here are twenty stunning photos of modified Lamborghinis that'll make you green with envy.
20 Lamborghini Aventador with Animated Bulls
At the 2019 Monterey Car Week, Lamborghini displayed an Aventador S – already considered an art form in itself – as a canvas for animated images of the supercar manufacturer’s bull logo.
Skyler Grey, a 19-year old American artist who’s considered one of the world’s most influential representatives of street art, created the work of art.
19 Pink Swarovski Crystal-Studded Lamborghini
The Pink Swarovski crystal-studded Lamborghini was displayed at the Tokyo Auto Salon. It's one of the most significant events for customized vehicles in the world, featuring a collection of rare and jaw-dropping cars.
While this glass-studded supercar may not be to everyone’s liking, it certainly draws attention. The car is best viewed indoors where the sun’s rays can’t reflect off the glass-covered body.
18 Gold Lamborghini for the Wealthy
Brett Davies, the CEO of Prestige Imports, Miami, uses word of mouth and social media for marketing a mix of top-quality products and services to wealthy clients.
He sold his first Lamborghini to Missy Elliot, and he turns heads on his daily grind, driving a gold-plated Lamborghini Aventador to the office every day.
“I want to show people that these are great cars to drive every day, even a gold one,” he said. “I drive it every day, and I love it.”
17 Lamborghini Murcielago GT 660 Wrapped in Chrome
BF Performance modified this GT 660 and claims it's the only chrome plated Murcielago in the world. This custom Lamborghini draws the attention of everyone who lays eyes on it when parked or accelerating on city streets. Underneath the 12-piece carbon fiber body kit, a 25 hp enhancement to the V-12 gives the supercar 660 horsepower.
16 Marvel-ous Superhero Wrap on Lamborghini Aventador
Marvel Comics has had a long and successful history, beginning with the first comic published in 1939 all the up to the last ten years, which produced more than 20 movies.
Supercars are often driven by the superheroes that star in the films. In 2016, world-renowned surgeon Dr. Strange drove a Lamborghini Huracan in the Marvel Studios movie of the same name.
This Aventador celebrates the superheroes with a Marvel-ous wrap.
15 Lowkey Wrap on a Lamborghini Aventador
The anthropologist Kate Fox says: “The English are rightly renowned for their use of understatement, not because we invented it or because we do it better than anyone else, but because we do it so much. (Well maybe we do it a little bit better – if only because we get so much practice at it).”
Understatement is in short supply in America, as demonstrated by this Lambo.
14 Lamborghini Aventador Vintage-Racer Look
This Aventador is fitted with a Liberty Walk widebody aero kit, riveted fenders, and a set of blacked-out Forgiato Dieci-ECL alloy wheels. The baby blue and orange Gulf color scheme represents a classic racing livery.
Although a Lamborghini Aventador may not seem like the most natural choice for the vintage-racer look, the finish gives the supercar a unique appeal.
13 Pink Chrome Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster
Lamborghini introduced the Aventador LP 750-4 Superveloce Roadster during The Quail, a Motorsport Gathering in 2016. The supercar generates 750 horsepower and 509 foot-pounds of torque from its naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine.
The Aventador Superveloce Roadster sells for over $530,000, but with the custom pink chrome finish, the SV that accelerates from 0 to 62 mph in 2.9 seconds costs a bit more.
While several Marvel Comics superheroes met their demise in the film Avengers: Endgame, Spider-man managed to survive.
For the premiere of the movie and in Spider-man’s honor, Sapphire Creative applied their Spiderghini wrap on this Lamborghini Aventador.
Too bad Peter Parker couldn’t legally drive the car, as he was still in high school during the movie. Most likely, he wasn’t old enough to get a driver’s license. But, do superheroes really need a license to drive?
11 Black Tron Lamborghini Aventador
Inspired by the original 1982 film, Tron and the sequel, Tron: Legacy, vehicles travel in the Grid, a parallel universe of the computer world. To define the curves of the vehicle, lines had to be expressed as luminescent stripes that look like external circuitry.
This Aventador, painted black, used the “Tron” effect to highlight its form, making it visible at night.
10 Off-road Ready Lamborghini Gallardo
While a Lamborghini is not typically considered for off-road applications, this modified Gallardo has the capability to handle even the most challenging terrain. The clearance under a Gallardo from the factory is barely high enough to travel over pea-sized gravel, much less any rocks encountered on the dirt, but this model has a significant lift.
A roof rack is included, and the owner fitted an LED lightbar for poorly lit ventures off the beaten path.
9 Italy’s Lamborghini Police Car
The police officer assigned to this modified Lamborghini Huracán is the envy of everyone who loves to drive fast. Officers can accelerate from 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) in 3.4 seconds and reach a top speed of nearly 200 mph (without the risk of getting a ticket).
The Huracán was implemented not only to chase down speeding drivers, but also deliver life-saving blood and organs to hospitals.
8 Gumball 3000 Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce
British entrepreneur Maximillion Cooper founded the Gumball 3000 car rally in 1999. The event is an epic journey around the world, touching down on every continent, making it one of the most thrilling experiences possible for supercar owners.
This Murcielago is well prepared for the event, complete with an aerodynamic rooftop cargo carrier, which provides the driver and passenger with the space needed for a change of clothes (and a toothbrush).
7 Lamborghini Aventador Tron Treatment
The sharp edges, precise lines and clean surfaces of a Lamborghini Aventador are ideal for the “Tron” style, making it a popular finish for supercar owners. This rendition boasts a matte black finish with orange lines. It was spotted in front of a Beverly Hills hotel just off the computer Grid.
6 Liquid Metal Lamborghini with Forgiato Wheels
Without sunglasses, the reflection from this liquid metal Lamborghini prohibits the observer from appreciating the 20-inch Forgiato wheels. The contrasting colors highlight the shiny gray surface of the eye-searing Huracan.
The red hat is a nice touch. However, the fluffy white steering wheel cover seems a bit out of place. A leather cover would be more appropriate.
5 Shark’s Teeth Lamborghini Aventador
John Wayne made a movie in 1942 titled, Flying Tigers, to honor the pilots of the shark-faced P-40 fighters who flew out of a remote outpost in Burma during Fall 1941. Images of the planes became some of the most recognizable of WWII.
This image of a fierce Lamborghini Aventador wrapped in a design similar to the old Flying Tigers' fighter planes suits the supercar’s participation in a Cannonball event.
4 Hologram Wrap Animates a Tuned Aventador
The light reflects off this hologram wrapped Aventador in unpredictable ways, which makes the supercar look like an animation. Specialists from the Malaysian company, Dreams Factory Automotive, added a 3M Tron reflective liner, which helps emphasize the Lambo’s sharply angled surfaces.
A set of double-V-spoke 21-inch custom wheels on the rear accent the uniquely decorated vehicle.
3 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster Wrapped in Camo Pattern
While this Lamborghini Aventador Roadster has been modified with a Hamann Nervudo conversion and a Capristo exhaust for a performance boost, the unique camo pattern is what makes the car really stand out. The geometric forms further enhance the Lamborghini’s already sharp-edged body, and the yellow-striped trim and brake calipers serve as accent highlights.
2 Bumblebee Wrap Lamborghini
Although bumblebees are feared by almost everyone, the insects are usually peaceful and will only sting when they feel threatened or when their hive has been disrupted.
Perhaps the owner of this Lamborghini wanted to convey the idea that his high-performance car is usually tranquil, but when challenged it “can sting like a bee.”
1 Lamborghini Huracan in Camo Wrap
No one expects a Lamborghini Huracan to participate in military exercises requiring stealth maneuvers through a jungle ecosystem, so a camouflage wrap is functionally useless.
However, this Huracan adorned with a Giallo Midas with a satin gray and black wrap makes a striking image inside a building far removed from a rainforest environment.
Sources: carmagazine.co.uk, carthrottle.com, digitaltrends.com, formtrends.com