Huber Automotive has just unveiled its bold bodykit for the Lamborghini Aventador at a special ceremony in the UK.
The bodykit was unveiled by Fabio Lamborghini and is dubbed the ‘Era.’ It is constructed from lightweight carbon fiber and the front end is particularly striking, incorporating a pronounced splitter, new air intake shrouds, and other parts that stretch out the nose of the Italian supercar. The Lamborghini badge on the front bumper has also been replaced from one by Huber, shrouded in carbon. Huber also offers a carbon fiber hood.
Modifications continue at the rear where there is now an exposed carbon fiber bumper, diffuser, and Huber badging. New tailpipes have also been designed while a fixed rear wing makes the supercar all the more striking.
Huber says the Era pays homage to the end of the Aventador’s production run and says that the kit costs a cool €30,000 (~$35,300). Despite that price tag, a number of bodykits have already been scooped up by Lamborghini Aventador owners. Just 21 examples of the kit will be made.
“While we might be the new kid on the block, we feel that when designing new aero packages for a car, you have to consider both a clean sheet of paper and the North Star of its pre-existing DNA as your guide,” Huber said in a statement. “The Aventador has a large following, and many aftermarket players have added their visions to this car. Expectations are high, so we knew to take our time to get it right; and we’ve enjoyed the journey.”