Mansory Carbonado: Making Of A Crazy Lamborghini Photoshoot
Photographer Philipp Rupprecht (his Facebook page) recently did one of the coolest photoshoots I have ever seen of a custom Lamborghini Aventador. Having access to a small German airport, runway, and aircraft certainly doesn’t hurt for the overall epicness. Check out the amazing post-production process in the video above and read the post below to learn more.
From my interview with Philipp about the shoot:
“This was for mansory’s own magazine and meant to be its coverstory. we spent one day for shooting the 18 images. The location was a small German airport (bayreuth). Aim of the shoot was to display the carbon structure as well as possible. also the carbon structure is different to the usual carbon; it’s weaved with a stealth-look, so we tried to give the whole set a stealthfighter- look. As the original scenery did not support this look so we decided to replace it with some backplates from texas.
The car is one of 6 mansory carbonados, a totally modified aventador. Mansory stripped the car totally down to replace nearly every part with their own stealt-carbon parts. they modified the engine which has around 1250 bhp now.”