Dubai is home to some of the most desirable and expensive hypercars on earth, and this Lamborghini Aventador SVJ is certainly eye-catching enough to stand out on the streets of the UAE’s most populous city.
Like another Aventador SVJ which we recently shared images of, this one is painted in a bright shade of purple – but unlike that, this one has a high gloss finish which we think looks even better. Complementing the purple paint scheme are a number of carbon fiber components, black wheels, and orange brake calipers.
Lamborghini introduced the Aventador SVJ at last year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance as the most track-focused and hardcore version of its flagship mid-engined supercar. The Coupe was soon followed up by a Roadster, and unless the marque decides to create an even more ridiculous model, the SVJ duo will likely prove to be the final variants of the Aventador.
This particular example is up for sale from Al Ain Class Motors and is listed as having a grand total of zero miles on the clock – which, technically, is not true, as it shows 73 km (45 miles), but it’s still factory fresh. As all 900 examples of the hardtop were sold out soon after it was announced, it’s impossible to buy a brand new one from the factory so an example like this, which has barely been driven, is the closest prospective buyers can get to a pristine SVJ.
The exterior of this car is bold, but the interior is relatively restrained. There are no visible purple accents in the cabin and instead, there is just a combination of black leather and Alcantara contrasted with white stitching, piping, and accents. Sounds like a good combo, doesn’t it?