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Now Modify Your Honda Accord to Lamborghini Aventador for Rs 25 Lakh [Video]

The Mumbai based modifier is charging Rs 25 Lakh on the top of the base car, to convert it into a Lamborghini Aventador with scissor doors.

Arjit Garg | News18.comArjit_Garg

Updated:June 1, 2018, 12:37 PM IST
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Now Modify Your Honda Accord to Lamborghini Aventador for Rs 25 Lakh [Video]
Honda Accord modified into Lamborghini Aventador. (Image: YouTube Screengrab)
How far do you think you can take your car in terms of modifications? Maybe some engine tuning, or adding a spoiler, bodykit or maybe some graphics and alloys. However, some good folks in Mumbai took the modification game to a whole new level by converting a Honda Accord into a Lamborghini Aventador look alike and we are impressed with the finishing of the mod-job.

Mumbai based Executive Modcar Trendz is not the first Indian modifier to modify a Honda car into a swanky looking supercar like Lamborghini, as last month we shared the images of a Jaipur based modifier who converted a 2006 Honda City ZX to a Lamborghini look-alike. While the previously mentioned modification was much more interesting, considering the design elements, price and base car, the recent one is not bad either.



The modified Lamborghini uses a Honda Accord as a base model and apart from the car’s base cost, the mod-job will cost you Rs 25 Lakh. For this amount, you get the Lambo’s special orange paint scheme, scissor doors, fighter-jet inspired start button, modded cabin and Aventador looks.

We are not sure about the body stance as the actual Aventador is wider and lower as compared to Accord based Aventador. Leaving that aside the modified Aventador gets resembling body panels, similar tail light and headlamps and similar bumpers too.

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As for the interiors, they are given a makeover too, with almost a similar dashboard layout, sporty racing seats, and a new steering wheel, making cabin look a bit more sportier, but not exactly the same. As for the mechanicals, we are pretty sure they are the same with a 3.0-litre V6 engine and not the V12 6.5-litre engine.

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| Edited by: Arjit Garg
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