The only thing more certain than Lamborghini not encountering any issues selling all 900 units of the new Aventador SVJ, is a number of customers looking to add their personal touch to the car’s exterior.
Whether that’s a distinctive paint job, or more likely a wrap, it makes little difference. What does is making an already exclusive supercar stand out even more – at least for some owners.
Take the sample unveiled at Pebble Beach. It was an SVJ 63 paying homage to Lamborghini’s founding year, while also being limited to just 63 units. It came with a bespoke white and black paint scheme, gold accents and ’63’ decals.
Having gold accents on a Lamborghini isn’t that novel, especially since actual gold plated Aventadors already exist out there. Now, thanks to designer Aksyonov Nikita, we can admire three different SVJ paint schemes.
If the gold one perhaps too “in your face”, then the Chameleon theme should work better. It’s certainly more subtle, if you can call it that, and makes the Lambo look like one of those toy cars that change color when being held under water.
Last, but not least, is the Stormtrooper theme, which means everything other than the wheels, decals and badges is all-white. This includes the massive rear wing and all other carbon fiber elements – and, to our eyes, is the least flashy one.