Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV Will Be Limited To 600 Units
When it comes to high-performance supercars, there’s no question about if these cars will be rare, but rather just how rare the automakers want them to be. In the case of the 2015 Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce, Lamborghini announced that it was limiting production of this lightweight, high-output Aventador to just 600 units – globally. After that, you’ll either have to settle for a standard Aventador or wait around for the 2016 Aventador SV Roadster.
Following its global debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, Lamborghini made the production announcement during the car’s Asian debut at the Shanghai Motor Show, which just happened to coincide with Lamborghini’s first 10 years of operation in China. Mirroring the sentiment of many luxury automakers, Lamborghini says that China is “one of the most important markets” for the brand, but the Lambo has yet to reveal what sort of Aventador SV allocation China or any other markets will be getting.
Just in case you’ve forgotten about the Aventador SV, the super Aventador is just the fourth Superveloce car in Lamborghini’s history, after the Miura, Diablo and Murcielago. This car definitely lives up to the name, though, with power increased to 740 horsepower, curb weight reduced by 110 pounds and a killer aero-tuned body.
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Why it matters
Its limited production means that even if you can scrape together the $493,069, only 600 lucky souls will be able to claim ownership of a 2015 Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce, ensuring that this ultra-special Lamborghini remains ultra-rare.
Read our full review of the Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV here.