The Swabian tuning minds at Hamann Motorsport are visiting the 84th Geneva International Motor Show with the world premiere of the Lamborghini Aventador Limited that sports unique design details and an increase in power of close to 10 percent over the factory model.
On the outside, the Limited has a similar, but not identical, body kit to last year’s Hamann Nervudo. Finished in special matt grey paint named “Stealth Grey” with contrasting accents in a lime-green “Poison” hue, the Limited gains revised front and rear ends with carbon fiber trimmings and spoilers, new side skirts and panels, and a large rear wing.
It rides on 20-inch forged alloy wheels wrapped in 255/30 ZR 20 tires up front, and 21-inch rims shod in 355/25 ZR 21 rubber at the back.
The same color theme is continued inside with the three-spoke multifunctional steering wheel trimmed in green leather on the top and bottom, with further individualization taking place on the dashboard, seats and door panels.
Finally, the tuning specialists of Hamann were able to twist another 60PS (59hp) from the Aventador’s 6.5-liter V12 engine that now develops 760PS (750hp) in the Limited.
Other cars on show at Hamann’s Geneva stand include the BMW 6-Series, X5 and Range Rover.
By John Halas