Lamborghini continues to dazzle the automobile world with new launches. A few days back, the Italian luxury Automaker unveiled the Limited-Edition Sian Roadster. According to the brand, only 19 units were produced and all of them are sold out. Lamborghini prides itself on manufacturing Limited Edition Supercars thus maintaining the exclusivity of their nameplate. Sant'Agata Bolognese based Automobile outfit has now unveiled a new Aventador SVJ Xago Special Edition. Only 10 units produced, they are exclusive to the new virtual Ad Personam studio. Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Xago will cost half a million dollars and looks every inch special.
So what's special? The Supercar features Xago Edition wheels and hexagonal patterns drawing inspiration from Planet Saturn clouds. The Hexagonal patterns seen on hybrid Sian appear on this particular Limited Edition as well in the form of fenders upfront, on the sides and towards the rear. The lightly fading hexagonal silver design looks more striking when juxtaposed with the blue accents on its aerodynamic elements. Further blue accents spill over to the spacious cabin where the hexagonal pattern is ever-present.
The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ is fast and still holds the production car lap record at the Nürburgring Racing Circuit. If we talk about the performance specifications, the Limited-Edition Aventador SVJ Xago is powered by a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V-12 engine. The engine delivers 759 bhp of maximum power output which is 29 bhp more than the standard Aventador’s V-12 engine. The Aventador SVJ Xago can accelerate from 0 kmph to 97 kmph in just 2.6 seconds and is said to have a top speed of 350 kmph.
Further the Italian automaker is offering Ad Personam sessions with prospective buyers virtually. The customers have to book a two-hour consultation with the specialists who will configure the car as per their tastes. The Xago will only be made available to the customers who use the Ad Personam service for configuring their Aventador SVJ. Lamborgini SVJ models begin at a price of $521, 265 (Rs 3.9 Crores) and so we can expect the Special-Edition Supercar to top that price easily.