At the Geneva Motor Show, Lamborghini unveiled a one-off topless version of the Aventador the Italian supercarmaker has dubbed as the Aventador J. Since it's the only one of its kind in the world, we're certain only a handful of individuals will get to study this vehicle up close and in person. We should be thankful then that Lamborghini has put up on YouTube a video of what went on in the making of this supercar.
Through the video, we're shown how the Aventador J was first developed as a pencil sketch before its parts were rendered in a computer and then turned into carbon fiber in reality. The video then pans through several areas of the Aventador J and we're even given a glimpse of its "carbonskin," the world's first automotive application of a carbon-fiber fabric, for the seats and the cockpit.
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