Limited to only ten units, the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Xago makes its debut alongside the marque’s Ad Personam studio that allows customers to virtually personalise the car. 

These days, launching a limited-edition hypercar isn’t spectacular enough. Brands are throwing in customisable features too, as in the case of the newly unveiled Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Xago Edition. Besides, if one is forking out about half a billion dollars or more for a cool new ride, one better make sure it’s tailor-made exactly how they want it to be, right?

Limited to only 10 units, the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Xago makes its debut alongside the marque’s Ad Personam studio that allows customers to virtually personalise the car. In the midst of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, this offers customers the opportunity to order and modify the car directly via the program instead of having to fly out to Italy.

With that said, the limited-edition model is already pretty unique as it is. Inspired by the hexagonal clouds from Saturn’s north pole, the Xago features hexagonal patterns that fade in and out all around its exterior – including up the front fenders, on the side of its two doors and at the rear fenders. It also comes with Xago-edition-specific wheels.

The hexagonal details continue inside on the upholstery, which will match the colour contrast on the exterior. Customers will get to select the paint colours to differentiate their model from the other nine. If that’s not distinctive enough, the special numbered plaques definitely top its exclusive appeal.

Aside from the customisations, the limited-edition model is identical to the standard SVJ, powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine that sends 759 horsepower to all four wheels. This still holds the production car lap record at the Nürburgring, boasting a zero to 60 mph sprint in 2.6 seconds on the way to a top speed of 217 mph.

All that comes at a base price of $521,265, though it’ll likely go well over that sum after customisations. Lamborghini is taking appointments for its virtual Ad Personam studio starting this month.

 

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