Even though it has been 12 long years since the Lamborghini Aventador was first introduced, the mid-engined supercar still looks fresh, modern, and most importantly, just as daring and over-the-top as any Lamborghini should be.
This is because the Lamborghini Aventador was designed to be an evolution of the Lamborghini Veneno. We happen to think that it is such a superb-looking vehicle, particularly in the SV version that was displayed, that Lamborghini will have a difficult time replacing it with a model that looks just as nice as it does.
Blu Cepheus is one of our favorite colors that is available for the Lamborghini Aventador SV, and this specific vehicle is completed in that color. The Aventador looks great in a variety of bright colors, from reds to oranges, greens, and yellows; but, a shade of blue like this really helps to highlight the αggressive design and attract the eye.
The painted body parts of the Aventador SV, just like those of the vast majority of previous instances of this model, include a front splitter and bumper section that are finished in a matte black. In addition to having a black finish, the side skirts and certain components of the rear fascia, such as the strakes of the diffuser, also have this coloration.
The rear wing and the air intakes that are located on the rear haunches are also made of carbon fiber, which is another highlight of this vehicle. Orange details, including orange highlights on the rear diffuser and orange brake calipers, provide a striking contrast to the blue. The SV symbol, which is painted in brilliant orange, also features.
The owner of the Lamborghini had it outfitted with a set of SV5-RS Ultralight Carbon Series wheels with satin black centers, orange hardware, and carbon fiber trimmings in order to guarantee that it attracts as much attention as the priciest of today’s hypercars. This was done to ensure that the Lamborghini was able to compete with the most expensive of today’s hypercars. They have a large frontal measurement of 20 inches by 9.5 inches and a rear measurement of 21 inches by 13 inches.