Will the tune compare to the Aventador J?
The Aventador J was built for the 2012 Geneva Motor Show
The Aventador J has several unique styling cues, including the tiny windscreens and hood-mounted rear-view mirror
The Aventador J is powered by the same 690-hp 6.5-liter engine as the standard Aventador
The one-of-a-kind Lamborghini was purchased for close to US$3 million
Style meets speed
Lamborghini calls the Aventador J an "absolute one-off"
The seats are made out of a special Forged COMPOSITE
The exterior melds into the interior
Lamborghini has no production plans for the J, so it's up to tuners to help it live on
The Aventador J has a mean rear with carbon fiber wing
The question of the hottest, most beautiful new car of the year is never an easy one. So many beautiful sports cars, ultra-luxury sedans and design studies are born during any year, it's hard to come up with a definitive answer. Yet, ask the question about 2012, and all the red sports coupes, unconventional concepts and bulging off-roaders would jostle for position for mere milliseconds before ceding to two instinctive selections: "McLaren P1" and "Lamborghini Aventador J." While the P1 novel still has many chapters to be written, the Aventador J was but a fleeting one-of-a-kind short story that came, enthralled and retired. But it looks like it will live on through tuners like Germany's DMC Tuning.
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