The product of Lamborghini’s Ad Personam customization program, this Aventador SV is painted in an exceptionally bright shade of green and features silver side skirts.
Unlike pretty much every other SV built, the body is largely free of any exposed carbon fiber parts. Instead, components like the air intakes, front bumper, splitter, and rear wing all share the same shade of green as the rest of the body. The exterior is completed with a set of multi-spoke silver wheels.
This Aventador SV would have been very, very expensive
Fittingly, the interior is also quite special as the seats, center console, dashboard, and roof lining are all finished in tan leather. Elsewhere, there are some carbon fiber touches, alcantara, and contrast stitching.
As mentioned, the car was built as a tribute to an infamous Miura SV chassis #4846.
Sadly, it was repainted red by a previous owner but in 2015, was returned to Lamborghini where it underwent a complete restoration to its original configuration. It made an appearance at the 2016 Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este.