Article Courtesy of American Luxury
James Stunt, son-in-law of Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone, has created a truly impressive supercar collection and is known for traveling around London in a collection of decked out Rolls-Royce phantoms to auction houses like Sotheby’s for his next score. The 34-year old billionaire went overseas to German tuner Mansory for his most recent purchase, a $4.3 million one-of-a-kind Lamborghini Aventador.
The J.S.1 Edition receives a bit of a power boost from the Aventador 750-4SV it is based off of, which has 750 horsepower and about 510 pound-feet of torque when it leaves the Lambo factory. The tweaks Mansory made to the beast of an engine for Stunt bring it up to 818 hp and a little over 550 ft-lb of torque.
This pushes the J.S.1 Edition to a top speed of 220 mph, with the ability to hit 60 mph from a stop in 2.7 seconds. For comparison, the Aventador 750-4SV that rolls off the official assembly line is 3 mph and 0.1 second slower than the Mansory creation.
But Mansory also changed just a few things on the face and interior of the J.S.1 as well, most notedly adding a new front that is created from carbon fabric and a new spoiler lip to go along with a handful of aerodynamic shifts that all blends together to add more downforce.
Stunt’s new purchase from Mansory will find a home among the lineup of Range Rovers, Rolls-Royces, and Bentleys the company has re-created for him..