Lamborghini Aventador stretch limo idea

Last updated 13:32 03/04/2013
A British company's digital concept design of a planned limousine based on the Lamborghini Aventador.

STRETCHING IT: A British company's digital concept design of a planned limousine based on the Lamborghini Aventador.

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British chauffeur-driven car-hire service Cars for Stars has chosen the Lamborghini Aventador as the subject for a luxurious and unique looking stretch limousine proposal.

The project has only reached the digital stage with the accompanying photo and YouTube video clip.

"'The new stretch Lamborghini remains loyal to the original iconic Aventador design by keeping all its defining features, such as the upwards-opening scissor doors, which contribute to the vehicle’s sleek, stream-lined finish,'' the company says.

It also features plasma screens, surround sound, a champagne bar, music system, iPod docks and much more.

"The conceptual design combines the breathtaking, sophicated sleekness of the original Italian-built Lamborghini Aventador, with the high-end luxury of a stretch limousine to create a truly remarkable vehicle.

"The Aventador, which is named after a raging bull for obvious reasons, brings to life the very spirit of creative and futuristic car design. It’s little wonder it’s already creating so much hype in the world of luxury motoring, which is undeniably down to its original, innovative and ground-breaking design."

However, reports one problem in building a real Aventador stretch limo would be building the frame work as a standard Aventador is made from carbon fibre.

Funding is also an issue and Cars For Stars has offered the right to name the finished creation and a year of free advertising on the limo for anyone who stumps up with the cash.

Lamborghini limo plans are rare but this wouldn't be the first to be based on a supercar from the Italian marque.

There were plans to building a Gallardo-based limo in 2008 but it never got to production, but there have been at least two Countach limos built, both built from replicas however.

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