Indian enthusiasts spent 25 days converting a Honda Civic into a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ


The eighth generation Honda Civic was chosen for the rework. Most supercar replicas end up looking pretty ridiculous, but this project can be called a very successful one.

Replica Lamborghini Aventador was created by a small Indian company Dream Customs India based on the most ordinary Honda Civic from one of the past generations. It took 25 days to transform the humble “Japanese” into a cult supercar.

Tuners have tried very hard to give the Civic an external resemblance to the Aventador SVJ: for this, a complete aerodynamic body kit with similar lines was developed. Also, the tuned car tried on double air intakes, which make the already rather aggressive nose part even brutal.

Highly positioned exhaust pipes complement the image, which, by the way, are needed here purely for beauty. At the same time, the rear wing does not look like an SVJ, and the additional LEDs look sloppy.

Unlike other copies, the Indian Lamborghini does not repeat the interior of the original car.

The instrument cluster and steering wheel are still related to the Italian supercar, but the multimedia touchscreen on the inclined center console is more reminiscent of Tesla electric cars. The dashboard has been completely redesigned in the spirit of the Sant’Agata supercar. The custom body hides the chassis and transmission of the eighth generation Honda Civic (2005-2012). Most likely, the replica received a naturally aspirated 1.8-liter engine connected to a CVT gearbox that transfers power to the front wheels.

This is not the first time Dream Customs India has created a replica of the Aventador. A couple of months ago, the tuners finished off an orange one based on a Honda Accord and a yellow one based on another Civic. And with each new attempt, the replicas become more and more successful.

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