Boeing 787 inspired Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 is world’s ugliest Lamborghini
Recently we showed you the Lomborghini Aventador J Aural Assault, which was unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show, for a private buyer in Qatar. Within a short duration, we have now come across another edition of the exclusive car, albeit with a Boeing style makeover. Also produced as a one-off piece, this Aventador receives the triple toned esque color scheme of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, and from what has been said, would very well be the part of special events like Boeing Dreamliner deliveries in the future. The person behind this new project is Assistant Professor Paolo Feraboli, who happens to be the director of the advanced composite structures laboratory at the University of Washington, a place he used to develop this unique car.
The base color of this Lamborghini, remains the plain white color based on which the 2 colors, sky blue and purple get imprisoned in a signature design, associated with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. Though some parts like the rear end, side and front air vents, and also the alloy wheels are still black, but the white designing of the chassis dominates the aesthetic appeal of the vehicle. The major change would be the Boeing inspired lights at the rear end, increasing the aerodynamic flavor of the design, though not much can be written about the interiors. Black and steel gray are the colors dominating the interior upholstery, where the steel gray dominates the central console, and the black color on the rest.
Talking of the carbon fiber detailing, which has become a signature of vehicles of this order, this time the grading of that the particular material has been kept at par with that of the Boeing Dreamliner aircraft. The chassis and large parts of the engine see the use of carbon fiber, which renders the body comparatively lightweight.
However, on the overall assessment, we just hoped for slightly better and more creative aesthetics and there seems to be plenty to do with this exclusive vehicle.
Via: Seattle Times