You Could Still Get The Sold-Out Lamborghini Aventador SVJ If You're Willing To Go The Distance

The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ could still be had, but at a profit.

The 2019 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ is off the shelf as it's been sold out, but if you have the money, you could still get yourself one that's as close to new as is possible.

The Italian model has been spotted in a few places since it rolled out. This particular SVJ, located in Germany, is likely to be the best looking of the lot.

Hollman International has listed the sale on James Edition but a prospective buyer won't know the price unless an official inquiry is made. We could assume that there will be a significant addition to the starting price, which was around $515,000.

"For full details and descriptions, please don't hesitate to contact our sales team at Hollmann International," a statement from said site reads.

"Viewings only after prior arrangement. Images are only for illustration purposes. Subject to errors and prior sale. All statements without guarantee."


via jamesedition.com

Lamborghini launched their most powerful version of the Aventador in a bright shade of green, however, the owner has chosen to go with a white coat. The car is also kept up by a set of gold wheels with orange brake calipers. On display are also various exposed carbon fiber parts in the front splitter, as well as sills, and large air intakes. A rear wing and a diffuser complete the amazing design.

Under the hood is a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter, V12 engine with a whopping 759 horsepower and 531 pound-feet of torque. As a result, this Aventador can reach a speed of 62 mp/h in just 2.8 seconds and 124 mp/h in 8.6 seconds. It also boasts a maximum speed of 217 mp/h.

The car's interior sports black and Alcantara leather across the seats, dashboard and center console. And they're toned by carbon fiber trimmings which can be found all over.

A Lambo enthusiast looking to get his/her hands on this baby and can afford to splurge on it should head over to James Edition to get the 411. But we imagine it won't remain available for long.

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