LOL .... what a bait to hook you on ...this car enjin noise louder than my Lau Pok Van some more and spend more time in the garage than my workhorse and his one servicing
cost more than my 10 year servicing
of my Van..... that’s all special , not to forget the insurance and road tax also can last mine for 10 whole years ; BTW mine oso Italian😂😜😆; so same origins 😜😂😆
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Bro, trying to lure me to the dark side (read Tiko) right? Hahaha... And don't get me started about leather
... now guess what is so special about this spok car? Lamborghini Aventador SV
Got it? Nope? Leather
, it got a very special leather
This is the first production car to feature Lamborghini's innovative Carbon Skin® material
. A significant example of Automobili Lamborghini's leading position in the research, development and production of CFRP materials, this material is the lightest available and it is flexible and robust. Incorporating a highly specialized resin, the woven carbon fiber fabric is extremely soft to the touch, yet very hard-wearing. The Superveloce's inner roof and parts of the cockpit are clad in this highly exclusive material.
Reportedly, the material is made of woven carbon fibers (in a 2×2 twill pattern) that have been soaked in a specially formulated resin. Described as an “entirely new impregnation system” not previously used in the market, the resin stabilizes the fiber structure after it is cured, yielding a composite that remains strong yet soft and flexible. Although it is not breathable in its current format, the resulting matte fabric is said to have excellent drape and hand (a soft feel to the touch) and conforms to a wide variety of contours.
Luciano De Oto
, chief of the Lamborghini Advanced Composite Research Center (ACRC), says, “You can imagine all the uses in applications that require flexible, light and strong materials,” noting that beyond auto trim upholstery, other possible uses include high-end clothing and luggage. De Oto
also says the new CarbonSkin fabrics have passed Lamborghini’s wear and aging tests and actually contribute to absorbing deformations made by a seat occupant’s back and head. “For sure, this material is a step forward in the standard conception of automotive interiors,” he adds.
Edited by BanCoe, 11 April 2018 - 07:49 PM.