Lamborghini is celebrating the opening of ‘The Lounge Tokyo’ in Japan, the second venue after the one in New York featuring a permanent Ad Personam studio for customers to customize their Raging Bulls, with a bespoke Aventador S.
Bearing the signature of renowned fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto, the supercar was treated as a blank canvas and takes inspiration from the Paris collection, dressed with selected clothing patterns.
The one-off Lamborghini Aventador S was created by the Lamborghini Centro Stile, with the blessing of the company’s design chief Mitja Borkert, who met Yamamoto at the Paris Fashion Week in January 2020. This unique Aventador sports different shades of red on the outside, contrasted by the white and black accents. The interior follows a similar route, with the artists’ signature found on the dashboard, central console, door cards, seats, and even on the firewall.
“It has been exciting to have the chance to work with Yohji Yamamoto, the world-renowned fashion icon, who innately understood our significant Lamborghini design DNA”, said Borkert. “Our collaboration inspired this outstanding artwork and design for the Aventador S, which was unveiled today, and celebrates Italian craftsmanship connecting with Japanese culture.”
The unique Aventador S remains untouched beneath the skin, which means that the naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine still churns out 730 HP (740 PS / 544 kW) at 8,400 rpm and 507 lb-ft (690 Nm) of torque at 5,500 rpm, driving all four wheels via the 7-speed gearbox. The stock exotic takes 2.9 seconds to sprint to 62 mph (100 km/h) and maxes out at 217 mph (350 km/h).