The Lamborghini Aventador SV is very rare with just 600 Coupe variants produced but that didn’t stop singer Chris Brown from commissioning car-customization shop RDBLA to overhaul his car.
Brown has owned his red Aventador SV for a number of years but obviously thought it was time (for better or worse) to make it stand out from all others. Brown owns a selection of impressive exotics, many of which are modified, including his Lamborghini Huracan. Even his Aventador SV has been modified in the past, adorned with a gold chrome wrap and custom wheels. Clearly, he isn’t scared of personalizing his cars.
For the latest iteration of this limited-run Aventador, RDBLA first installed a widebody kit from Liberty Walk. Included in this kit are flared front and rear wheel arches, a modified front bumper with an added splitter, distinctive side skirts, and a custom hood. Additionally, the Italian exotic includes a striking new carbon fiber rear diffuser and a sky-high rear wing.
Next, a two-tone purple and baby blue wrap was applied as were a set of custom wheels with the front’s finished in purple and the rear wheels finished in baby blue.
Messing with a limited-edition supercar like the Aventador SV is always bound to upset purists and we expect the same in this case. However, if you have as much money as Chris Brown does, there’s nothing stopping you from taking a prized supercar and making it your own. If Brown ever decides to sell his SV, converting it back to stock could be quite an expensive and laborious process but there’s probably someone out there that would buy it just the way it is.