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Thursday, April 11, 2019

Lamborghini Covered In Two Million Swarovski Crystals




London has become the global parade ground for extreme and extremely tricked-out methods of conveyance. The "wrapped" and/or customized Paganis, Porsches, Ferraris and Lamborghinis are cheek-by-jowl in the town pretty much year round by now, amassing millions in parking fines to the delight of the traffic wardens and the police, but otherwise appearing in such numbers that it has become quite difficult for the owners to find a way for their beloved automobiles to stand out from the flock.

The elite car-customizing body-shop chosen for the Aventador work, the aptly-named Cars In Cloaks, was only too pleased to put in the approximately 700 man-hours over two months to apply the tiny crystals to the sleek outer surfaces of the rare Italian stallion. This Aventador is a Superveloce version of the V12, just 600 of which were built.

Once Ms. Radionova took her Aventador public last weekend, they—Cars In Cloaks—issued the following gender-blending statement to the London tabloids, whose paparazzi were breathlessly following Ms. Radionova on her shopping rounds through the obligatory Sloane-Ranger neighborhood of Knightsbridge: “If Bruce Wayne were a girl, this would be his car.”

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