If you crash your Lamborghini Aventador, chances are the repair bill won’t be cheap.

Not only is much of the bodywork made from carbonfibre, but the monocoque on which the whole car is built is made entirely from the stuff. Damage this and the structural integrity can be compromised, and in a 217mph supercar, this is bad.

But it turns out there are enough wealthy Aventador owners out there who occasionally fire their V12 supercar into walls, trees or shop fronts for Lamborghini to offer a special repair service to get these injured cars back on the road in short notice.

The company has six so-called Composite Repair Flying Cases (giant black boxes filled with essential tools for a carbonfibre repair job) located across the globe near key markets, as well as a team of carbonfibre repair specialists based in Italy but primed to fly out to wherever needed. The Middle East and Asia are, apparently, the most frequently visited regions.