Production of the Lamborghini Aventador has officially ended and given that it will be the last V12-powered supercar from Lamborghini without some form of electrification, the prices of certain limited edition models could soar in the coming years.
Among the most impressive iterations of the Aventador launched is the LP770-4 SVJ, capped at 900 units in Coupe guise. This particular SVJ is currently available through Bring a Trailer and is one of the brightest examples that we’ve come across.
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Adorning the exterior of the supercar is a gorgeous color dubbed Blu Glauco while various other parts are finished in gloss carbon fiber. These include the front air intakes, side intakes, side skirts, rear wing, and rear diffuser. A set of 20-inch front and 21-inch rear wheels work perfectly alongside the paint, as do the red/orange brake calipers and red center caps.
While we would have loved to see some of the Blu Glauco in the cabin of the Aventador, it still looks like a lovely place to sit thanks to the black Alcantara across the seats, center console, and parts of the dashboard. White contrast stitching and piping is also found throughout, in particular across the power-adjustable heated seats. The rest of the cabin is finished in gloss carbon fiber.
Powering all Aventador SVJ models like this one is a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 pumping out 759 hp at 8,500 rpm and 531 lb-ft (720 Nm) of torque at 6,750 rpm. The listing notes that the car has been equipped with a Ryft titanium exhaust system, making it sound even better than standard. It has been driven just ~4,300 miles (6,920 km).