Frankfurt Motor Show: the tuners
Eye-popping paint jobs, vast wings and incredible prices. Here are our highlights…
Posted: 13 Sep 2013
The way the incredibly angled panels of a Lamborghini Aventador tessellate to form the shape of a definitive Italian supercar – V12 and all in the middle – has made it one of our favourite cars. But it’s not perfect: the gearbox on fast up-shifts is akin to being kicked in the head. Surely the first modification Hamann considered was massaging the electronics to try and smooth that out? Nope. They added lots of holes (including two nostrils on the front, no idea what they could possibly benefit), a new rear diffuser, roof scoop and spoiler. Consider the tessellation ruined.
But they did increase the power by 60bhp and fit a race exhaust to make it shoot even more flames, so cooking sausages should now be even easier.