Last month, we heard about the Lamborghini Aventador SV that was listed on eBay. You’re right, the one-off vehicle finished in a Verde Singh paint, that was being sold along with the matching speed boat.
A few days ago, an Aventador S came out at the Goodwood Festival of Speed with a beautifully painted matte-finish Grigio Acheso with orange accent, combined with an interior that matches the exterior design, by Ad Personam.
Now, photos of the last ever Lamborghini Aventador SV have been circulating online, as Lamborghini Edinburgh delivers the specific model to its designated buyer. This is the last Aventador SV to ever roll off the assembly line at Sant’Agata Bolognese, making it extra special.
The Scottish dealership stated on their Facebook page that they were so honored to have been a part of the creation of such a bespoke car. In fact, they have spent months working on this to ensure that it comes out perfect. This car alone took them “many hours of phone calls, many trips to Italy” and a lot more sleepless nights. But they are glad that the model is finally done.
Dubbed the “last Aventador SV”, the model truly had a unique specification. This car went through 12 stages in its paint job just to attain the ‘Porsche 918 Spyder Liquid Metal Blue’ shade of silver that you can see in the photos. The paint job alone must have taken over a week to finish, and must have cost a lot to begin with (around $65,000 premium). To make this Aventador appear different from any other Aventador out there, the exposed carbon parts, as well as the black bits, were all painted in the same shade to make it appear seamless. It looks beautiful indeed, but it somewhat lost the emphasis brought by the certain details and lines of the car.
To make sure that it catches people’s attention, the Aventador was given a set of large golden multi-spoke wheels, which are visible from afar. The Lamborghini dealer claims this to be “the world’s highest spec” SV, and now, it will be sent off to its lucky owner.
Under the hood of this beauty is a naturally aspirated V-12 engine, with a maximum output of 750 horsepower (559 kilowatts) and a maximum speed of 217 miles per hour (349 kilometers per hour). This beast has recorded a sub-7-minute lap time on the Nurburgring.
Though it was not mentioned how much this SV costs after all the customizations was made, we are guessing that the owner invested over $200,000 on add-ons alone. If you’re curious, the customization was made by Lamborghini’s Ad Personam program.