Growing up in the Eighties meant you had to have a Lamborghini poster on your bedroom wall; they are the ultimate bedroom poster car, thanks to their unique designs. Turn back the clock today, and even though the brand has seen tougher competition, it's not rare to see a Lamborghini as desktop wallpapers. Their design was not the only factor that made their cars stand out; it's the car's names as well. Keeping in traditions, each car is named after a Spanish fighting bull. With two-door supercars being their expertise since the early Seventies, owning one meant you get a lot of looks as you drive by and experience true Italian performance in all its glory, much like this 2021 Lamborghini SVJ roadster we have today. With just 115 miles reported on the clock, true driving nirvana is just a matter of finding an open road and hearing that V12 roar into action.
Lamborghinis will always have a special place in automotive history with their designs. This 2021 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster and its Grigio Liqueo exterior is no different. The hardtop is finished off in carbon fiber, with the mirror housings sporting a shiny finish. This Italian powerhouse sits neatly on the factory 20" and 21" bronze wheels to match the unique exterior color, which also houses orange brake calipers. One word to describe the Nero Cosmus interior on this 2021 Lamborghini SVJ roadster would be unique. Comfort is no stranger, thanks to the electric and heated seats holding you and your passenger in place. The Arancio seat belts blend well with the orange cross-stitching and provide additional safety. Other luxury features come in the form of a Lamborghini Sensonum sound system serving as the perfect way to pump your tunes. If you ever feel like not stepping out after a spirited drive, the garage door opener sure comes in handy.
As manufacturers utilize forced induction and smaller displacement, Lamborghini sure is a chip off the old block; They are masters of creating the perfect V12 engine and don't bother with downsizing that roaring V12. This 2021 Lamborghini SVJ roadster sports a 6.5 L V12 engine capable of pushing 760hp thanks to its track-focused "SVJ" model. The mid-engined powerhouse sends its power to all four wheels through a seven-speed automated manual gearbox. The X frame and T engine provide a unique look in terms of design aesthetics. The carbon fiber rocker cover underneath adds a sporty feel.
2021 Model Year Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster Grigio Liqueo exterior Nero Cosmus interior Seat belts - Arancio Special Color - Grigio X-Frame and T Engine Orange Brake Calipers Visibility and light 20"/21" Wheels Rocker cover in carbon fiber Lamborghini Sensonum Colored footplate Electric and heated seats Style package Hard top in Carbon Fiber Ext detail and fixed air Mirror housings in shiny Internal Cross Stitching
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