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  1. Almost done with creating my own configurator for this one ...
  2. If you actually color-code that side intake ... it's even worse:
  3. I get why they made this one ... massive profit margin if you ask me, 112 units at $2 to $3 million each ... that's money in the bank, and there are always people out there to buy it, seems all of them are sold out, which is something they always seem to state at a press conference. I understand why it's white as a launch color, as a tribute to Ferruccio's LP400S, but why go for a red interior then? It is supposed to celebrate the 1971 prototype, that was yellow, the 'persicope roof' is there, no wheel arch extensions, no massive rear wing, still the NACA made it's return ... so it is evidently not had many influences from the S models ... I finished two more views, now side and interior are done, so I can put any color on this one ... but I start with Giallo Countach: (couldn't resist adding the Pirelli PZERO on the tires ...) And a matching, more 'adventurous' interior instead of the red from the show car:
  4. How about a full, clear carbon fiber body? Or perhaps a gradient paint like we've seen on some Sián? But a classic Grigio Telesto looks great too:
  5. Just unveiled in California, in a special shade of white ... but how would she look in other shades: Verde Medio with Terra Emilia interior: Or in a correct Giallo Countach shade on a black interior: The classic red on tan: Intimidating black on white: Or just a nice blue with that red interior: Anything is possible ...
  6. I love the Bianco Canopus from the factory, so I really like this wrap ... looks great
  7. from the spy shots it seems there isn't much difference at the rear, I see different exhaust pipes and the air vent move toward the wheel arch ... but that's about it.
  8. Made some renders for this new Urus model, not sure it's the facelift, my guess is a more powerful version ... could be the hybrid finally? New front with horizontal bars and air intake under the headlights At the rear it seems the air vent is moved, and the test mule has different exhaust pipes. A hybrid might not need the air intakes under the headlights ... I sure wouldn't mind an Urus Performante with clear carbon fiber hood, roof, mirrors and lower trim ... also carbon fiber bars for the front intake.
  9. Something like Meguiar's Ultimate Black Plastic Restorer will work I think, but it might become too shiny. Same happens with product to put on the sidewall of tires ... some make them just glossy black, way too much shine.
  10. That does look mean ... I put together a small sample for an interior: http://www.lamboconfig.com/lamboconfigurator_hfb4747ea01j47lalll47ll47all474747alajlla47jl4747a.html I think it looks great ...
  11. thank you, makes sense about the weight reduction.
  12. A quick question, back when the Gallardo Superleggera was available you could get two different rear wing styles, the 'high wing' (as seen on the orange one below), and a 'low wing' (as seen on the grey one): Now I checked several photos of the Gallardo Superleggera with the low wing option ... it always seem to be 'up', so is it a fixed wing too, like the high wing? The standard wing on the Gallardo was adjustable right? Just want to make sure.
  13. That first customer Xago was delivered this week in Switzerland ... looks amazing
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    Would look sick in Aventador J red metallic ... but it's a one-off, bespoke build, so it is going to be white with some blue details
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    Made a quick image for it:
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