Lamborghini Carbon Fibre Repair

Lamborghini Carbon Fibre Repair

Lamborghini Carbon Fibre Repair

Giving Your Lamborghini Carbon A New Lease Of Life

Lamborghini are known for 1 thing and 1 thing only, producing some of the wildest looking and performing cars available. Whilst these cars look fantastic, they are quite often impractical for every type of use you may need. Being low and very wide they are prone to taking knocks which means the carbon fibre often takes some abuse. For that eventuality, Carbonwurks have you covered and can bring back the carbon fibre to a great standard deserving of the raging bull badge.

Whilst every carbon fibre piece is unique and every damage is different this will massively influence the time involved for the repair as well as the costs.

As we are repairing more high performance carbon fibre than we ever have done, we wanted to really drill down into some of the repairs of these parts to show case the before and after of them as well as explaining what’s involved in the repairs. Below are just a couple of examples of Lamborghini Carbon Fibre Repairs that we have completed recently and a brief explanation about what happened and what was involved with the repair.

We can within reason repair any carbon fibre part on any Lamborghini from exterior parts such as front splitters, rear diffusers, side skirts & rear spoilers to interior parts such as centre consoles & dashboard trims.

Lamborghini Urus Performante

£309,950 2022, 4 L Twin-Turbo V8 Engine, 650PS

Front Carbon Fibre Side Air Intake Trim

Original Part Cost: £1800

Repair Time: 6 Days

  • This particular repair is part of a series of repairs from the same car. A frontal impact damaged a couple carbon pieces which then required a speedy repair to negate very lengthy lead times for replacements and significantly more cost.
  • The air intake trim had split open at the seams and changed shape during impact. This also cracked the fixing points which needed attention before contemplating refitting.
  • The reverse needed to be built up with several layers of carbon to re-gain strength and we had to rectify the fixing points with carbon reinforcements.
  • Once the reverse was made structurally sound, we focussed on rebuilding the frontal area on show to give a cosmetically sound finish. After baking and sculpting, this part went to lacquer.
  • For a small part, a lot of work was required to bring this back to Lamborghini standards. The repair was near enough invisible and after a final flat and polish this was good to go back on the car.

Scroll through the Before & After pictures of this Lamborghini Urus Carbon Fibre Front Air Intake Trim

Front Carbon Fibre Lower Splitter Piece

Original Part Cost: £11,805

Repair Time: 9 Days

  • As with the other Urus part above, this had taken a fair impact to crush and split open the carbon structure.
  • We had to rebuild the inner structure to give back strength and fix the rather fragile mounting points that had been damaged from the impact.
  • With this part changing shape from the impact, time was taken to bring this back to a uniform finish. A good repair isn’t one that is just strong, it’s also got to look as close as possible to how it was originally.
  • Post cosmetically beautifying this part, it was lacquered, flatted and polish back to it’s factory finish.
  • It’s worth noting that this piece is not available from Lamborghini just on it’s own. Whilst this lower splitter part detaches away from the main splitter you would normally be required to replace the entire piece which nearly comes in at an eye watering £12,000! A huge saving over replacement and could be turned around within 2 weeks compared to a 3 month lead time from Lamborghini.

Scroll through the Before & After pictures of this Lamborghini Urus Carbon Fibre Front Splitter

Lamborghini Huracan V10

£215,000, 2017, 5.2L V10, 610PS

Carbon Fibre Front Splitter

Original Part Cost: £8,500

Repair Time: 7 Days

  • Sadly we didn’t get the opportunity to take full progress photos of this repair, all the same the process we undertook to remedy this part is as follows.
  • This front spoiler had suffered from repeated grounding out and the occasional impact to the leading edge of the splitter itself.
  • This spoiler needed to be stripped down to the bare carbon to remove a lot of the broken and dead resin/lacquer. Access to the inside of the spoiler itself was not possible with this being an enclosed design. Fortunately, we could reinforce the frontal edges and used a milled carbon resin to give a lot of strength over basic resin infusion.
  • A lot of time was needed to smooth and contour the part as a lot of resin was removed to rid the cloudy finish and various cracks running through the part.
  • Once the reinforcement layers were handled and this part was structurally sound, it was levelled ready for lacquering.
  • Post lacquering we flatted the finish further to enhance the part and take the eye off the areas that had been rebuilt. Another Italian supercar repaired and ready to tear up the road & track!

Lamborghini Huracan

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Needed From You!

If after reading all the above you want to proceed with getting us to repair your damaged BMW carbon fibre part then we’ll need a few things:

Pictures of the damaged part

We’ll need high quality close up and far away pictures of the item in question so we can see the damage and the overall part. Please ensure you take as many pictures as possible from different angles. If the damage goes through the part then we’ll need to see the rear also

Send over the pictures

Once you have all your pictures you can email them to us at [email protected]. If there is a lot or the files are too big then your best solution is to put them all into a folder, zip / archive them and send them to our WeTransfer Account –

Vehicle Info

When you send the photos it would be great to include as much information about the vehicle as possible such as what Lamborghini it is along with Year / Reg or VIN Number. We’ll also need to know how the damage initially occurred.

Once we have all of the above our team of fabricators will look over all the information provided and then come back to you with costings and timescales involved.

Please try to be as accurate as possible with the pictures and the information provided as if we don’t get all the facts prior to the part arriving it may be that extra time and materials may be required which will increase the costs.

For some of the more serious damaged parts it may be that we can’t offer any quote or timings until we have physically seen the item. There is also the possibility that the cost of repair is not financially feasible but we will certainly try to cater as best as we can.

The next step is to get in touch with us using our contact form below:

Frequently Asked


Often when carbon has damage, the fibres themselves can be fractured and torn. We can bind the part back together along with making it structurally sound but normally if the carbon has suffered cracks, splits or is missing carbon, there will be what we call a “Witness” mark. The best way to think of it is tearing a hole in your jumper, you can stitch it back together, but you may still see a small line where the fabric has been bound back together. Most of the time the witness mark is very small and unnoticeable, other times it can be slightly more obvious depending how bad the damage was. Regardless of this, the end result is as good as can be achieved and saves considerable amounts over replacing the component.

Generally, most repairs do look very good and, in some cases, do look brand new. To re-skin the entire part can be very complicated and very expensive. We try not to go down this route as it’s not always cost effective to do so. We work around the carbon that is there to give the best possible outcome. It’s rare that we would need to consider re-skinning the entire part.

The short answer is yes. We can fabricate small sections and if you still have the snapped off or damaged carbon, we can often make use of this. Depending on the part and the desired end result, sometimes this isn’t cost effective or viable but all the same, this is a type of repair we carry out often.

Very much so. We offer a range of different tinted finishes so if your carbon has a tint to it, we can normally refinish in the same colour.

This will vary massively on the part in need of being repaired. Often aftermarket parts are cheaply made which likely would be cheaper to replace than repair. For higher end, more expensive or rare carbon fibre parts, more often than not it absolutely does make sense to repair as the cost to replace is extremely high or the part is no longer production. We try to cater a repair to the budget of the customer, but we won’t offer a cheap solution if it means compromising the end result.

Sometimes yes depending on where the damage is and the possibility to reinforce. If the part is enclosed, it makes it very difficult to repair behind the damage point and reinforce to suitable level. More often than not however, if we can gain access behind the part, we can make the part as strong or even stronger than before. Carbon manufacturers will only use a handful of layers of carbon, we can add many more layers if required which will increase strength massively.

You can either drop the part off yourself or choose a courier to transport the part to us. We use Parcelforce large for most UK items as they will accept parts up to 2.5 meters in length. If being shipped to us, we do recommend using bubble wrap to protect the part itself along with a cardboard box to ensure the part doesn’t suffer any more damage during transit. If you need help with this element, please do get in touch to discuss as we may be able to help.

Sadly not. The repair process even if it is a simpler and more minor amount of damage, it will still require days of sanding, resin infusing and lacquering. In some cases, we can remove the part from your car here at our workshop (for an additional charge) and you may be able to drive away for a number of weeks until ready to refit.

Although we are capable of removing and disassembly, we prefer not to store any other parts and request the carbon is delivered or dropped off to us in bare form. By this we mean any other elements removed that could get in the way (fog lights, brake lights, trims, cables, fixings etc).

We get asked this quite a lot and the answer is mostly yes. We use specialist high temp resin and cure the part to have the ability to cope with high temperature demands. Often re-finishing/lacquering can be more complicated, but we do have methods to manage this depending on the application.