The Lamborghini Aventador has been in production for more than seven years now, and during this time the Italian car firm has given us lots of derivatives.
With extravagant design and loud engines being their hallmark, it’s no wonder bystanders continue to be mesmerized by the Italian raging bulls; as soon as one pulls up, cell phones are instantly out and recording or snapping pics.
In this case, the exotic model that managed to draw a large crowd was an Aventador S. Spotted in Austria’s capital, Vienna, the supercar features a shiny chrome purple wrap complete with the ‘Modball’ decals to highlight its participation in the ‘rally’, and a giant rear wing.
The true bonus is the aftermarket exhaust system, said to be built by Capristo, which almost burned a few cameras during the ad-hoc demonstration. Fortunately, no phones, bumpers nor legs were damaged on that day and everything ended in the cheers.
Meanwhile, Lamborghini is currently putting the final touches on yet another version of the Aventador, the SVJ. It will arrive at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance next week, with a host of exterior and interior updates, mechanical revisions and a rumored 760 horses from the naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12.