Indian tuners from Dream Customs have published a video showing the new project. In 25 days, they turned the eighth generation Honda Civic into a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ. As a result of numerous modifications, the replica received a completely new body and interior elements of the supercar. You can find out the donor car only by the standard devices of the Japanese sedan. The cost of such a rework is about a million rupees (approximately $ 366,000).
To create a replica, Indian tuners personally built analogs of body panels, as well as bumpers and hood of the Lamborghini Aventador. The parts installed on the Honda Civic allowed the Japanese sedan to look almost indistinguishable from a mid-engined supercar. In addition, the engineers equipped the replica with the original optics, similar to the headlights of the “Aventador”, as well as a rear diffuser with diode lighting, simulating the fire from the exhaust system.
A new steering wheel, a different front panel and a center console with a touchscreen display were installed in the salon of the Indian Lamborghini. The only details that show a true car in a homemade supercar are the standard instruments from the Civic. The tuners do not provide any technical information about the replica.
Most likely, the car retained a 1.8-liter “aspirated” 140 horsepower, automatic transmission and front-wheel drive.