India is fast becoming a hotbed of exotic and rare supercars. There are quite a few exotic and expensive supercars that have been spotted on the Indian roads including the Aston Martin N340 and Ferrari 430 Scuderia. Recently, the limited edition Lamborghini Aventador SVJ made its way to the Indian roads and there is more than one example of the car in India. Currently, there are four Lamborghini Aventador SVJ in India out of the total 900 units produced for the markets worldwide.
Here is a video of one of the newest Lamborghini Aventador SVJ in India owned by Gadaffi Malik in Hyderabad. The video put up by AMERHADI700 shows the newly delivered Lamborghini SVJ delivered to the new owner and it making its way through the streets of the city. The vehicle is finished in a brilliant Ad Persona Verde Scandal shade, which is a striking lime green colour and makes sure that the SVJ stands out in the crowd.
What’s even more interesting to see is the security vehicle that is following the Aventador SVJ on the roads. To keep protection to the Rs 12 crore supercar, it gets the cover of a Mercedes-AMG G63 that is following it closely. The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ gets followed closely by a Rs 2 crore Mercedes-AMG G63 SUV, which itself costs Rs 2.13 crore, ex-showroom. There is a new-generation Toyota Fortuner leading the convoy too.
It sure is one of the most expensive private citizen security cars in India. It should be noted that even the Ambani family uses the Land Rover Discovery, Land Rover Range Rover and BMW X5 as security vehicles in the convoy but of course, no one uses a G-Wagen as a security car in India.
Nonetheless, coming back to the Aventador SVJ, it is priced at Rs 9 crore after the import taxes in India and after the registration charges, the on-road price jacks up to Rs 12 crore, which is massive. It is the most expensive supercar in India. It is officially the fastest Lamborgini that you can ever buy. The vehicle gets powered by a massive 6.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine. It generates a maximum power of 770 Bhp and peak torque of 720 Nm. The engine gets a 7-speed automatic single-clutch transmission that sends the power to all the wheels. The supercar can accelerate from standstill to 100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds, making it 0.1 seconds quicker than the Lamborghini Aventador S. The special edition Lamborghini can reach an electronically limited top speed of 349 km/h.
The Aventador SVJ rides on the exclusively designed Nireo rims that are completely made out of carbon fibre. It gets Pirelli P Zero Corsa rubber tyres, which are super sticky. Lamborghini has also re-engineered the exhaust system of the vehicle that reduces the backpressure and also makes the vehicle sound much more emotive. Currently, there are a total of 4 units of the Aventador SVJ in India but soon more vehicles are expected to reach the country.