Discover the last Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster in production Review

Discover the last Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster in production

Launched in 2015, the Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV Roadster was the convertible version of the fastest Lamborghini supercar at the time and only 500 Aventador SV Roadster were produced. As with the last SV Coupe in production, the Aventador SV Roadster is finally specially personalized through its Ad Personam division.

Delivered to the owner in Japan in 2017, this is the last Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster rolling off the factory at Sant’Agata Bolognese. To mark the end of a line of cars, Lamborghini, Ad Personam and especially the owner – a businesswoman from Japan, came together to create a unique car. More specifically, the car also received a number of upgrades and private parcel details by Mr. Giorgio Sanna, Director of Lamborghini’s motorsport division.

On the outside, the car is finished with a purple paint color, named Viola Ladi Rumi. This paint was created and reserved for its owner, Ms. Rumi Sato. Easy to see, the Viola Ladi Rumi is a feminine purple paint color, but bold and finished with a metallic effect to keep the car strong. In addition to the bodywork, this paint color is also used in the center locking screw of the wheel as well as the brake shackles and diffuser rim.

To create external contrasts, the lower body, the A-pillars, the front and rear bumper are painted glossy black. The exterior is also decorated with three-color Italian flag stamps running along the body, with the Lamborghini logo behind the front wheel arch. After returning to Japan, the car is decorated with some more details such as logo number “63”, “Squadra Corse” as well as signature throughout the exterior.

Some other details on the exterior are made of carbon fiber, typically a diffuser, large rear spoiler and two air intakes in the engine. The standard LP750-4 SV logo is replaced with a stylized “Viola Ladi Rumi” logo.

The two-piece, hand-held hood is made of carbon fiber and weighs less than 6 kg. On this last SV Roadster, the hood is finished in glossy black, but still leaves the carbon fiber motifs and when the two hoods are combined, the Lamborghini logo is created.

Mr. Giorgio Sanna took souvenir photos inside the cockpit before delivering the car

Inside, the cockpit of the last Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster has white as the main color tone. The contrasting details of the interior are made up of leather pieces, feminine light pink stitching. Some other details also own this color are the start button cover, leather upholstery steering wheel, paddle shifters and even the rearview mirror.

The car has a fixed racing seat made of carbon fiber. Logo 1 di 500 located at the A column is replaced with logo “Giorgio Sanna for Rumi” as a memory of Mr. Sanna for the owner.

Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV Roadster is equipped with a naturally aspirated V12 engine, with a capacity of 6.5 liters similar to the Aventador. This engine is refined by Lamborghini for a maximum capacity of 750 horsepower and maximum torque of 690 Nm. However, the power of this Aventador SV Roadster is still a secret as it does not possess any badges to prove its 750 horsepower power.

Before this car, an Aventador commemorative version “50th Anniversario” in Japan has been upgraded by Lamborghini itself and has a capacity of up to 800 horsepower. This Aventador SV Roadster also gets the LPXXX badge instead of the LP750-4 and is also tweaked by Giorgio Sanna.

Like other Aventador SV Roadster, the power of the engine is transmitted to the four wheels via a 7-speed single-clutch ISR automatic transmission, thereby helping the car accelerate 0-100 km / h in 2.7 seconds. before reaching a maximum speed of 350 km / h.

Giorgio Sanna’s signature is embroidered on the back of the chair

After the Aventador SV Roadster “Giorgio Sanna” Edition left the line, Lamborghini began the production of the newer high-performance Aventador, the Aventador SVJ and the SVJ Roadster.

Photo: The Emperor Racing

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