Depending on how much one is willing to spend on aftermarket parts, they could make their Aventador SVJ even more distinctive (hey, we said distinctive – not necessarily better looking!). They could also make it significantly more powerful, if the 759 horsepower produced by the V12 is simply not enough.
However, this isn’t your typical tuning job, mostly because it’s not a tuning job at all. What we have here is the Italian supercar being spray-painted, for the sake of art. Aside from the two pictures and a video shared on social media by AlecMonopoly, who’s apparently responsible for the project, there’s isn’t anything to work with.
Thus, your guess is as good as ours if this is the original paint of the Aventador SVJ and if the spray cans are real or fake. Hopefully, no body panels or carbon fiber items were injured during the filming of this video, which took place in the street, in front of a huge crowd, with mostly everyone having their camera phones out recording what is, essentially, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of seeing something like this.
Paintjob aside, the SVJ is a serious piece of kit with some impressive punch, taking 2.8 seconds to reach 62 mph (100 km/h) from a standstill and maxing out at 217+ mph (350+ km/h), while last summer it also broke the Nurburgring lap record for production cars.