Aventador SV is going for $106K over the base price.
The 2016 Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV is a rare beast that’s at the head of the Italian automaker’s lineup. The supercar was limited to a measly 600 units worldwide in the coupe configuration. The hardcore Aventador is the fastest production Lamborghini ever made and cost wealthy enthusiasts a whopping $493,095 when it came out. A pristine blue example of the supercar is on sale by CNC Motors Inc. in Ontario, CA. While the supercar had an eye-watering base price tag, the dealership is now asking $599K for the vehicle.
The particular example is finished in an eye-catching shade of blue and has been fitted with optional SV stickers on the rear wheel arches. As the most track-oriented Lamborghini, the Aventador SV is fitted with a host of carbon fiber parts that include the enormous rear wing, side air intakes and rear diffuser. The inside of the supercar is also geared towards the track with black Alcantara and leather with blue stitching, accents and piping. CNC Motors Inc. may be asking a large amount for the supercar, but we think the price of the vehicle will continue to appreciate over time.