Lamborghini Has a Customizing Program for Aventador and Huracan
Mar 14, 2014 21:32
Lamborghini released new details of its personalization program for the Aventador, and they showcased it at the Geneva Motor Show.
The AD Personam program is a fully functional workshop where customers can create their very own, made-to-order Lamborghini Aventador. It features color and material samples and a car configurator giving a preview of the result on the finished vehicle.
The Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster AD Personam showed at Geneva, is the first vehicle with Forged Composite inserts on the front spoiler, air intake, rear spoiler, and on the door sills, instrument cluster cover, infotainment controls and screen trim.
On top of that, mirrors and transparent engine hood details have received a matt silver paint instead of black, and the bodywork color is Blue Sideris to match the dual color rims and Forged Composite roof with blue highlights and special Y-shaped livery.
The Ad Personam program also adds a range of new materials, from semi-aniline leather to Forged Composite, a Lamborghini patented carbon-fiber material offered for the hard top, interior and exterior details of the Aventador.
The customizing program will also be available on the Huracan as well.
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