Guys from India transformed old Honda Civic into Lamborghini Aventador replica

This car isn't what it seems.

  • A group of India-based innovators have found a way to own a fLamborghini Aventador on a tighter budget
  • And most of us wouldn’t be able to tell the difference
  • Aptly named ‘Silver Shark’ because of its sleek appearance – even the minute details are stunningly accurate

Published on Mar 18, 2024 at 9:17PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Mar 19, 2024 at 7:14PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones

There are good cars like the Honda Civic, there are great cars, and then there’s the Lamborghini Aventador.

Purchasing one requires a hefty wallet, however, these young innovators from India found a clever workaround for those on tighter budgets.

Their philosophy is simple: why settle for the original when you can replicate it?

Their expertise shines in crafting the Lamborghini Aventador replica from a humble Honda Civic, which they’ve aptly named ‘Silver Shark’, a fitting moniker for its sleek appearance.

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While it may be a source of amusement for us, for them, it’s just another day at the office, transforming ordinary cars and salvaged vehicles into luxury supercars for their clientele.

At first glance, it might raise doubts about their ability to tackle such a daunting task – however, the end result is nothing short of astounding.

Not only does the exterior bear a striking resemblance to the Aventador, but even the interior bears a pretty close resemblance.

Of course, true car enthusiasts or Lamborghini owners can easily detect subtle differences.

The craftsmen provided insights into their process, explaining how they meticulously crafted custom body panels mirroring the Aventador.

This included adding similar LED lights, and even installed a retractable roof and quad exhausts.

Turning to the interior, they spared no detail in replicating the luxury of the Aventador, with matching sport seats, touchscreen infotainment, and ambient lighting.

The addition of scissor doors adds an extra layer of allure to the sports car.

And, of course, that’s not all: 19-inch alloy wheels, identical headlights, and the iconic Lamborghini logo complete the transformation.

This project is just one of their many remarkable endeavors.

Whether it’s converting a Tata Sumo into a G-Wagon, modifying a Maruti 800, or transforming a Honda City into a Lamborghini, their work borders on the unbelievable.

What’s even more impressive is that they achieve all this without the aid of modern equipment found in large factories, adding to the allure of their craft.

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