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A Russian Instagram star has covered her £270,000 Lamborghini Aventador with two million Swarovski crystals.
The black super car, which before its modifications had a top speed of 217mph, was modified by a London company before Daria Radionova showed the car to the public.
Ordinarily, supercars are supposed to be streamlined to allow their powerful engines - in this case a 6.5litre V12 - to push them through the air.
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The massive engine can propel the car to 60mph in just 2.8 seconds, while 120mph will come and go within 8.5 seconds.
However, placing two million crystals on the bodywork will likely impact the performance figures as they could increase weight and disrupt airflow over the car's bodywork.
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Hot on the heels of the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Coupe comes the Roadster version packing the same naturally aspirated V12 as its hard top sibling. Lamborghini says the ‘Super Veloce’ and ‘Jota’ suffixes denote the car’s performance and prowess and despite removing the roof this latest Roadster from Sant’Agata shouldn’t lose out too much dynamically to the coupe. Powered by the same 760bhp naturally aspirated 6.5-litre V12 as in the coupe the SVJ Roadster is almost as fast, posting a 0-62mph time of 2.9sec and 0-124mph in 8.8sec – 0.1 and 0.2 sec down on the coupe respectively.
Radionova, who previously stuck crystals to a Lambourghini Huracan and a Mercedes CLS, showed off her latest car in London, taking it to Knightsbridge to show off.
The work was completed by Cars in Cloaks who said: 'If Bruce Wayne was a girl this would be his car.'
According tothe team spent 700 hours over the course to two months fitting all the crystals.
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