Lamborghini Aventador Gets Crazy "Eyeless" Body Kit in Japan

As you are reading this, the 2019 edition of the Tokyo Auto Salon is allowing visitors to enjoy some wacky aftermarket designs. And, as anybody familiar to the country's tuner culture knows, Lamborghinis adorned with overly extrovert body kits and tons of LEDs have become a tradition. However, the modded Lambo that brought us here is special.
Aventador Japanese bodykit 1 photo
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You see, we're dealing with an Aventador Roadster that has received quite a visual transformation. Perhaps the greatest change comes from the visual department, as the eyes of the Raging Bull are no longer in place.

The nose of the car is now adorned with LEDs featuring Lamborghini's traditional Y-shape, albeit with these being placed in a pair of super-sized arrangements. And if we take a closer look at the front apron, we notice that the side air intakes are now occupied by what we expect to be a pair of headlights.

Then there's the posterior work, with the rear of the V12 Italian appearing to have received a wide take, along with massive air intakes and a generously-sized wing.

However, it's not the appearance of this Lamborghini Aventador body kit that sets it apart, but the story of how it came to be.

You see, the work on this Sant'Agata Bolognese machine is based on a rendering that showed up on the Internet back in September last year. And the builders copied the design down to the color of the car.

The said render comes from Khyzyl Saleem, a British artist whose work we featured on multiple occasions. The pixel wielder was surprised to find out his design was used for an actual car, even though he is part of a company that builds such kits (we're talking about a startup dubbed Live To Offend).

In fact, while one of the posts below showcases the said custom Lamborghini on the Tokyo floor, the rest come from the said artist, also portraying the renderings that made this story possible.


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A post shared by ô‍ Car Curationô‍  (@carcuration) on Jan 10, 2019 at 7:47pm PST


OoOoOo, TAS 2019 has some interesting cars on show! I wasn't aware of this build... even that colour choice though..compared to renders done 4 months ago. Looks cool! d I would have loved to have sent then a KS sticker if I knew  Thanks @ytkhay for showing me this! #tas2019 #khyzylsaleem #kyza #ks #ihadnoidea #roberuta #lamborghini #svj #lto #livetooffend

A post shared by Khyzyl Saleem (@the_kyza) on Jan 11, 2019 at 3:18am PST


That new @lamborghini Aventador SVJ with a few changes too. :O

A post shared by Khyzyl Saleem (@the_kyza) on Sep 11, 2018 at 8:16am PDT


Proxima. @lamborghini (Check my story)

A post shared by Khyzyl Saleem (@the_kyza) on Sep 11, 2018 at 11:23am PDT

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