Thank God for wraps. If you thought wrapping a $100k Tesla in bubblegum pink is crazy, take a look at this Lamborghini Novitec Torado Aventador LP-750 SV wrapped in camouflage. German tuner Novitec is responsible for giving the almost half-a-million dollar Lambo a neon, black and gray disguise.
This is not the first time a car received camouflage treatment, visit Pinterest and you’d see plenty of images. A trend started by Red Bull Racing when they tested RB11 car last year, is now spilling into high-performance car segment. By the way, Red Bull named their car “CamoBull”.
In addition to camo wrap, Novitec also gave this Aventador SV other enhancements. It is now part of Novitec’s famous Torado clan, which gives it a carbon fiber made two-piece front splitter, side and front air intakes and a massive wing on the back. Novitec’s new partner in crimes, Vossen supplied the gloss black NV1 20×9 & 21×13 wheels. The supplier of all-important Camouflage Bull is Miami-based Prestige Imports.
Besides looks, it also received a good dose of performance enhancements. The car now has 786 PS (775 hp) and 737Nm torque as opposite to its original (not too shabby!) numbers of 750 PS (740 hp) and 690Nm torque.
What we don’t know at the moment – owner of the Novitec Torado Aventador LP-750 SV and the cost.