Lamborghini Aventador J

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If you like crazy fast exotic automobiles and you also happen to be fan of getting hit in the face with bug guts, asphalt chunks and other airborne particulate matter, then the Lamborghini Aventador J is your kind of car. Introduced at the Geneva Auto Show and just sold to a clandestine owner for a cool $2.8 million, the Aventador J is an exercise in extremism. In this sole iteration, the Aventador’s roof is nowhere to be found. Instead, it’s been replaced by twin cockpits and low slung concave double windscreens for driver and passenger. A patented carbon skin has been used for the cabin, along with a Rosso Red paint job. The contrasting black air dam, headlight surrounds, wheels, rocker panels, cabin trim, side air intakes, rear wing and diffuser add just the right touch of sinister to this already sleek beast. For the lucky individual who has purchased this rare number, please get yourself a respectable helmet and start doing those neck-strengthening exercises.

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