This Tron-Inspired Chrome Lamborghini Aventador is Up For Sale
Check out this Tron-Inspired Chrome Lamborghini! This Lamborghini Aventador is a 2012 model which has only 9,378 km on the clock.
It was inspired by famous Tron-themed car scene which has become very popular in recent years. And they knew that. And so, the Lamborghini Aventador is the most popular car to be wrapped in Tron-inspired colors and designs.
We had several attempts before, with purple Lamborghini and so on, but this time is a chrome example.
And it can be yours if you want it! The Tron-Inspired chrome Lamborghini Aventador is up for sale courtesy of Ferrari-Maserati of Fort Lauderdale.
I’m sure any Lamborghini and Tron fan would love to have this car in his collection.
The vehicle left the factory finished in Bianco Isis. The chrome finish is a detail that makes the car stand out among other.
The host of white elements across the Italian car’s body panel gaps is the final touch the car needed to be awesome. The exterior look is completed with a set of gloss black wheels and yellow brake calipers.
Then the car got its bi-color sportive interior package with Alcantara and Lamborghini suede leather inserts. The Park Assistance package combines front and rear parking sensors and a rear view camera.
Before the additions were made the total value of the car was around $400,000 in the U.S. and after its fine touches it is priced at $379,900.
Building a Tron-themed car doesn’t necessarily add value to a car, but I’m sure it doesn’t hurt it either, especially when it has fine chrome touches.
It looks like is the perfect car for a guy who is a fan of sci-fi films and of course, of the Lamborghini cars.
Take Flo-Rida example with his Gold Bugatti Veyron. Or any of the guys from HERE. All the cars are unique and looks great!
This creation proves that Tron wraps are still a thing. After we’ve seen the unique cosmetic touch on Mercedes C-Class to the Corvette Stingray for example, we kind of love Lamborghini Aventador more.
This supercar is powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine that makes 690hp and 426 lb-ft of torque, and a soundtrack composed by the devil himself.
It has a silver chrome wrap make it less subtle, which was clearly not the goal here.
Considering the Lamborghini Aventador is not a subtle car by nature, there’s probably no point in going low-key with the paint job anyway. So, the merrier, the better.
Or maybe you like them both and you want them in your garage, who knows? Tell us what you decide in the comments below!