Just one has been built, after an owner commissioned Lamborghini to make it.
In case the regular Lamborghini Aventador just isn't special or high-performance enough for you, there's the Aventador SVJ, or "Super Veloce Jota" - its souped-up 759-horsepower cousin, which shattered the production car lap record at the Nurburgring Nordschleife in 2018 with a time of 6:44.97. Just 900 examples are planned for production.
And if that isn't special enough for you, there's the Aventador SVJ 63. The "63" is a nod to both the year of Lamborghini's birth - 1963 - and the number of examples that will be built. It may make do with only the same power as the standard SVJ, but it's far more rare.
Go a step further, and you get to the rarest of the rare: this specific Lamborghini Aventador SVJ 63, which has been finished in the same camouflage matte paint scheme as the car that drove that 6:44.97 Nurburgring lap. It wears the standard "63" graphics on the hood and body sides, and of course, features the same aerodynamic bits, but otherwise, it's a singularly unique machine.
The car was commissioned and produced through Lamborghini's Ad Personam custom division, and it mirrors a look given to the $18,000 Cervelo R5 Automobili Lamborghini Edition road bike. The interior of this specially commissioned Lamborghini Aventador SVJ 63 is trimmed in Nero Cosmus Black Alcantara, which looks striking with its bright Arancio Leonis orange accents on the seats, carpet, and dash.
This one-off Lamborghini belongs to a private customer, but despite this, it will go on display for a short time at the supercar manufacturer's Hong Kong showroom starting November 4. As much as we wish it would go on a worldwide tour so we could get up close and personal with it, that seems entirely unlikely.
The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ's stunning sub-7-minute Nordschleife time is worthy of celebration. We're glad someone out there had the passion and enthusiasm to commission this SVJ 63.