$1 Rare Lamborghini Auction – Set to Break Records
If you’ve ever dreamt of the chance to get your hands on one of the rarest Lamborghini’s on the market, here is your opportunity.
An extremely rare 2020 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster, limited to just 800 examples, and being one of the rarest Lamborghini’s in existence, is breaking international records at auction.
The chance to own this iconic vehicle only became possible by a 14-year-old boy having big aspirations and growing them, and today we have the Unreil Collection for auction, a group of over 50 of the most expensive, exotic, rare and desirable cars in a single vendor collection, the most impressive seen on the market in many years, including the Lamborghini.
A Lamborghini of the same make and model sold privately through Fusion Motor Los Angeles last year for $874,950, and bids are already reaching almost $1.3million at auction with just over two weeks to go.
And if that doesn’t blow your mind, this will!
How fast does it go you ask? Well, the vehicle is finished in gun metal grey with the naturally aspirated V12 engine going from zero to one hundred kilometres in just 2.8 seconds, with a top speed of 350 km/h – blink and you’ll miss it…
That’s faster than the average V8 supercar, going from 0-100 km/h in 3.4 seconds with a top speed of 300 km/h!
This is just one of the reasons making this vehicle so special compared to previous models made, along with the unmatched driver experience the car provides.
The Aventador takes aerodynamics to a whole new level, the car features large air intakes and extended side skirts, as well as being designed with Lamborghini’s ‘aero-vectoring’.
The indents on the body and curves in the front of the hood make the car a pinnacle of aerodynamics and make it the fast machine it is.
It features several systems that allow for optimal driver response making it an incredibly fun ride and has multiple drive selection modes that are integrated with the cars suspension controls.
A new record was made by Lamborghini in 2022 with 2,539 cars being delivered worldwide.
The main countries of purchase were the three macro-regions of EMEA by 40% of sales (Europe, Middle East and Africa), following with America (32%), and Asia Pacific (28%), with figures showing that the most cars bought was for the Huracan and Aventador.
The iconic and extremely rare Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster will be going under the hammer in an Australia Day weekend LIVE event in Sydney on Sunday 29th January from 12pm.
You can view the entire collection here.
You can view the Lamborghini here.