The Great White North – also known as Canada - seems to have a fascination with creating distinct Lamborghinis. Case in point would be the 2014 Galaxy Lamborghini Aventador Roadster and this skiing inspired 2013 LB Bape Lamborghini Aventador.
The 2013 LB Bape Lamborghini Aventador derives its name from it being wrapped by LB Bape, a Japanese clothing manufacturer. The work was done by Canadian tuning house Dynamic Performance. Its design was influenced by professional skier and avid car collector Jon Olsson, who has a fleet of exotic cars.
The 2013 LB Bape Lamborghini Aventador is not Olsson’s first Lambo. His first (and you never forget your first) was a 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo that he bought used in 2007. He gave it a special wrap and Tubi exhaust system.
Olsson then added a matte black Lamborghini Murciélago LP640 with straight race pipes. He followed that up with a Murciélago LP670-4 Super Veloce. It competed in two Gumball races with a racing specification exhaust. True to his alpine roots, it had a ski box on the roof.
For the 2013 LB Bape Lamborghini Aventador, Olsson went with a striking arctic blue camouflage. It is painted over a Liberty Walk Body kit. He has added an Innotech Performance Exhaust system. Olsson really has a thing for exhaust pipes. The system allows better performance from the engine.
Keeping with his profession, the 2013 LB Bape Lambo Aventador has a custom ski box storage system sitting atop it. Probably because there’s no room for skis and boots inside.
The 2013 LB Bape Lamborghini Aventador has a stock interior. Not that it’s a bad thing but it Olsson apparently expended his creative efforts on the exterior.
The 2013 LB Bape Lamborghini Aventador features a 6.5-liter V12 engine with 700 horsepower and also start/stop technology for better fuel efficiency.