A Mumbai based tuning company Executive Mod Trendz or E.M.T converted a Honda Civic sedan to a Lamborghini Aventador. The site of this work done by the Indians is amazing as the Aventador replica looks like the “REAL DEAL”. If you haven’t seen the real Aventador, you may be fooled by this work the Indians did. This creation is based on a 2009 Honda Civic. It is not clear why the builders decided to go with such a short, FWD car, but they clearly made it work.
EMT has upgraded everything in this Aventador replica to make it as realistic as possible. At the front, it gets headlamps that look like the real one. They are all LED lamps that look like a premium offering. The doors of this car open like any regular car and not like Lamborghini but in the closed position, they do not look much different. The exterior door handles are flush types, which means that they remain hidden inside the body panels. Just behind that is the cap to the fuel tank that is designed to match the sharp edges of the body.
This Honda Aventador is a two-seater and sports a massively impressive interior that any Bollywood star would happily occupy for the right amount of money. Inside the cabin, you’ll find some very orange-looking upholstery, two bucket seats with embroidered bull headrests, and some convincing touches such as Aventador lookalike door grab handles and fake carbon fibre trim. Since it is a Honda Civic, the engine is located in the front of the car. The boot space now accommodates a sub-woofer from Infinity.
Unfortunately, the Aventador replica is not a V12 engine as the real deal. The tuner company retained the 4-cylinder engine from the Civic. It’s not as fast but still a decent car to drive.