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Guess What Just Happened To The Lamborghini Aventador SV

Hope you bought one already.

We knew the Lamborghini Aventador SV was going to be a limited edition thing. Specifically, Lamborghini planned to build exactly 600 examples. Revealed only a couple of months ago at Geneva, we’re now hearing through various sources that all Aventador SVs have sold out. Lamborghini apparently offered 200 units to each of the following three global regions: North and South America; Asia Pacific; and Europe, Middle East and Africa. In other words, you’ll be much more likely to see the standard Aventador than an SV on the road.

So what made the Aventador SV so special for it to sell out this fast? Power from its V12 has increased to 750 hp thanks to a redesigned valvetrain and a freer-flowing exhaust system. Redline is now up at 8,500 rpm, 0-62 mph takes only 2.8 seconds, and top speed is now at 217 mph. All told, 110 lbs. has been shaved off thanks to an abundant use of carbon fiber elements. Total weight: 3,362 lbs. So, how much would an Aventador SV cost you if you managed to snag one? Nearly $500,000. But don’t be too sad if you missed out, because we’ve also heard that an Aventador SV Roadster is on the way.

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