The Lamborghini Aventador Pirelli Edition attempts to steal some of the lime-light that its smaller cousin, the newly launched Huracan had been hounding all this while. Designed to celebrate Lamborghini’s relationship with Pirelli that goes back to the tires on the original 350 GTV prototype, the Pirelli Edition Aventador just adds a few, tasty visual embellishments, keeping the potent mechanicals unchanged.
The roof, pillars, mirrors, engine cover and intakes have been sprayed in matte black, leaving the body a high-gloss finish in the buyer’s choice of six colors. Alternatively, the Aventador Pirelli Edition can also be ordered in gloss black for the aforementioned portions, with the rest of the bodywork in a choice of four matte shades. Either the coupe or roadster can be ordered this way.
The limited-edition supercar also gets a thin, red stripe running across the roof, engine cover, mirrors and air intakes. Complimenting the newfound style are red brake calipers, which become yellow for Rosso Mars (red) models, and gloss-black wheels, wrapped around by Pirelli P-Zeros donning racy, red striping on the tire walls.
Step inside and the seats are clad in black Alcantara and feature red stitching along with Lamborghini and Pirelli crests on them. The red stripe from the outside also covers the ceiling and seats, too.As mentioned before, the 6.5-liter V12 pumping out 691 horsepower with power going to all four wheels, has been left alone.