You would imagine that it is not easy to create a replica of any Lamborghini, but you couldn’t be further from the truth as proved by this video.
This unique and innovative conversion of the Honda Civic into the Lamborghini Centenario has been captured in this video. The aftermarket car modifiers have been coming up with unbelievable replicas of some of the most prominent supercars. The unsuspecting onlookers could easily mistake this replica for the real one. The exterior detailing is so throughout and intricate that it takes a keen eye and a few minutes to conclude that it is a replica. Let us check out what has the modifier done to make a regular Honda Civic look like a Lamborghini Centenario.
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Lamborghini Centenario from a Honda Civic
The video has been uploaded by Jaipur Jeep Lovers on YouTube. They are famous for creating replicas of such legendary cars at affordable prices. If you look at the front end of the car, the sleek LED headlamps, extended bonnet, sharp creases, black and orange inserts at the lower part of the bumper, massive front splitters, black alloy wheels, convertible electric roof, etc will confuse anyone. The sides feature aerodynamic cut-outs at the third quarter, the side body cladding is sporty and low as the original sports car, and the convertible rooftop is fully operational. The rear appearance resembles the Centenario to a large extent with a sporty and massive rear spoiler fitted on the top of the boot lip, the sleek and long horizontal LED taillamps, massive rear diffusers for better aerodynamic characteristics.
On the inside is where one could argue that this is a replica and not the original car. The car modifiers have done a fabulous job in mimicking the black and orange premium upholstery with great seats, the orange colour has been carried on to the dashboard which has been kept stock, along with the gearbox console, instrument cluster and other interior bits. The orange highlights have been installed on the steering wheel and AC vents too. The Lamborghini logo has been printed on the door panels and seat headrests. The touchscreen has been added and all the buttons and switches have been kept in their original form.
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Let us know how did you like this converted Honda Civic into a Lamborghini Centenario which costs Rs 12.50 lakh. This includes all the modifications but the car was provided by the owner.