Interior specialist Neidfaktor has taken a Lamborghini Aventador Roadster and outfitted it with a rather special interior to match its eye-catching exterior.
All Aventadors which leave the Sant’Agata factory are joyous places to spend time in, but if money is no object, the supercar’s cabin can be made that little more special with some custom touches.
The most significant modification made to the interior of this Aventador Roadster is the fitment of seats clad in black suede with white accents and white stitching. The sides and rear of the seats also feature orange leather. Look towards the front half of the cabin and your eyes will be drawn to orange leather across the upper section of the dashboard and throughout the center console. The steering wheel also features orange leather.
Rounding out the alterations include a number of white leather parts and black suede above the instrument cluster and on the dashboard. The steering wheel also has some carbon fiber parts.
Orange leather might be an acquired taste, but if there’s any car that can pull it off it would be a V12-powered Lamborghini without a roof – plus, it also happens to match the brake calipers perfectly.
Trimming a Lamborghini like this, of course, doesn’t come cheap: Neidfaktor says Aventador owners looking for similar finishes should have a budget of between €34,000 and €36,000 ($38,090 – $40,330), or about the same as a brand new hot hatch.