Lamborghini to launch the Aventador SVJ in a new limited edition version, which would be called the SVJ 63, as it would commemorate the company’s founding year of 1963. Just as the name suggests, this new all-exclusive roadster is limited to 63 units, which have already been sold to collectors across the world.
The exterior styling is specifically developed for the Roadster model, as it gets an option between a matte/shiny carbon-fibre upper part that includes the roof, engine cover, engine air vents, windscreen rim and wing mirrors. The new matte titanium finish features on the Leirion forged rims and the car carries the SVJ 63 livery, as well as the ‘1 of 63’, numbered plate. Talking about the interior, the cockpit gets three colour schemes in Alcantara, also featuring carbon-fibre elements which are complemented by Lamborghini’s patented lightweight CarbonSkin. The badge on the steering wheel endorses the car as one a limited edition, as does the ‘63’ logo on the rear wall stitched in Alcantara and CarbonSkin.
The Aventador SVJ Roadster 63 upholds the exceptional performance, handling and aerodynamic superiority of the SVJ coupe, as it sports the badge of SVJ, which means ‘Super Veloce’ for superfast and ‘Jota’ suffix signifying the car’s performance and track prowess. Mechanically, this car is also powered by the longitudinally mounted 6.5-litre V12 engine which generates a whopping 759 HP and 720 Nm of torque. This marks a gain of 39 HP and 30 Nm over the standard Aventador S Roadster. This power is sent to all four wheels via a single-clutch automatic gearbox. This means that the new SVJ Roadster can go from 0 to 100 kmph in just under 3 seconds and record a top speed of more than 350 kmph. Read More...
5 Bollywood celebs bringing in a new style culture in these outfits
5 Decorating mistakes you can fix within 10 minutes
8 Reasons why women change when they fall in love
2021 Kawasaki Ninja 1000SX BS6 launched in India with 5 unique features
French manicure hack with a Band-Aid: Step-by-step guide
A cup of coffee to cut risk of digestive disorders like gallstone, study
Royal pastry chefs revealed the recipe for Queen Victoria`s favourite sponge cake