Even though the Indian car market is growing at a lightning pace, the number of sports and other exotic cars remains quite low when compared to the mass-segment vehicles. Various factors like extremely high import taxes, road conditions and aftersales service keep such vehicles out of the Indian roads. However, there are many replicas that roam around on the Indian roads and here is one more that is set to become the rare Lamborghini Centenario when completed. Here are all the details that you need to know. The modification job has been done by Two Cousins. The customised garage is operated by Mr Vidhur and Mr Pratik.
The vehicle is currently “Work-In-Progress”(WIP) and is being made in Indore. According to the garage, it takes six excruciating months to complete the transformation job and there is a lot of things that remain pending in the vehicle. However, looking at the extreme details in this vehicle, we have decided to gather details and present it to you.
This Lamborghini Centenario replica is based on the 2008 Honda Civic automatic, which was one of the favourite choices of enthusiasts in the market. According to the modder, the replica vehicle will get the exact same dimensions and looks like the original Centenario. Even the ground clearance has been kept the same. However, electronically adjustable bumpers have been added that would be helpful to tackle the tricky Indian roads that are filled with potholes and illegal speed breakers.
The WIP pictures show how the body has been made and mounted the chassis of the Honda Civic. The modder has done an extremely detailed job in replicating the body panels of the original Lamborghini Centenario. The bumpers, air vents on the hood, side air vents all match with the original vehicle. Also, the vehicle has received 18-inch wheels that have been fitted with the help of spacers. The Lamborghini Centenario is a very wide vehicle and is much wider than the Honda Civic. The spacers help in fitting the wide tyres and fill the wheel-well, without giving a cheap-look to the vehicle. The replica also gets an electric spoiler that comes out when needed. We are not sure if it will add any downforce but it sure will attract the looks and adds the “wow” factor to the vehicle.
Special care has been taken to design the interiors too. There are two replica bucket seats placed inside, which are electronically adjustable. The original Centenario is a sports coupe but the replica model gets an electric sunroof. The dashboard would be given a slightly different dashboard to add the bling to it, as the owner/custom house feel that the dash of the Lambo was too plain. Apart from that, the gear lever will be 3D printed to give the original look too.
There is quite a lot of work that remains to be done on this project and the final vehicle would be out in a couple of months. Till then, if you need more information, you can contact Mr Pratik Nagpal directly on +91-8769500997 and Mr Vidur on +91-7470850603