Mansory has just unveiled the first customized Lamborghini Aventador SV which it dubs the JS 1 Edition.
The car has been created for British billionaire James Stunt, who reportedly owns over 20 cars modified by Mansory. In typical Mansory style, the Aventador J.S. 1 Edition is about as overt as a car can get, thanks to its unique body and plethora of custom parts.
In creating the car, the company is said to have taken design inspiration from the Lamborghini Veneno. With that in mind, a bespoke front end has been fitted that includes a new splitter, bonnet and front quarter panels, all made from exposed carbon fiber.
Other custom touches are the Veneno-inspired black wheels, the large roof scoop, a special rear wing and a different diffuser. As with other Mansory-tuned Aventadors, the entire car is finished in carbon fiber shaped to mimic the look of a B2 stealth bomber.
Alongside a uniquely-appointed interior, power has been lifted from 750 hp to 818 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque thanks to a new ECU, sports exhaust system and a high-performance air filter. The changes enable the J.S. 1 Edition to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 2.7 seconds and a 354 (220 mph) top speed.