Lamborghini has launched the new limited-edition Aventador SVJ Xago. Only 10 units of the special edition model will be produced worldwide.
Italian supercar maker Lamborghini has recently launched the new Aventador SVJ Xago special edition. The automaker will only produce 10 units of the limited run model across the globe, and if you are looking out to buy one of these rare supercars, you'll need to take part in a specialist consultation with company’s personalization specialist, Ad Personam. It is one of Lamborghini’s studio branch which only deals with modifications. The automaker introduced Ad Personam back in 2013 and right now, around 50 per cent of all Lamborghinis ordered feature personalized touches ordered through the program.
It derives power from a 6.5-litre V12 gasoline mill
Giovanni Perosino, Chief Commercial Officer of Automobili Lamborghini, said, “Lamborghini is always thinking dynamically about the best solutions to challenges, and our new virtual Ad Personam studio consultations have been carefully devised to support clients who, in times where we are all cautious about international travel, still want the special, one-to-one experience of creating an entirely personalized car.”
The new XVJ Xago celebrates the iconic ‘hexagonita’ theme in the carmaker's design, which took inspiration from the shapes of cloud at the North Pole on the planet Saturn and also the strength of the Hexagon in nature. Outside, the special edition model gets a fading hexagonal silver effect with a distinctive contrast colour livery for every model and piano black Nireo rims. Moreover, Hexagons can also be found inside the cabin of the car as the seat pattern of the supercar employs hexagonita theme and contrast colour matching with the exterior of the car. Furthermore, each of the 10 Lamborghini SVJ Xago models will carry a different numbered plate.
The new limited edition Lamborghini can sprint from 0 to 100 kmph in just 2.6 seconds
Mechanically, it’ll derive power from a 6.5-litre V12 petrol mill that produces 759bhp of peak power. The same power plant does duties in the regular Lamborghini Aventador. The automaker claims that the sports car can sprint from 0 to 100 kmph in just 2.6 seconds and can reach an electronically limited top speed of 350 kmph. Clients can pre-book an initial consultation session of around 2 hours through the company’s dealership.