Lamborghini Aventador J is not a production Spyder

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Yesterday we covered something that we thought was a Lamborghini concept, possibly the Lamborghini Aventador Spyder. We also said that the Italians would give out more information on this car today. Well, they did, and as it turns out, this was no concept, it was actually an already purchased car. You can find the article here:

If you read this article you would remember that we mentioned Lamborghini’s use of the word “UNICA” at the end of their trailer. That’s because only one Aventador J will be produced, and it already has a buyer. Most likely, an extravagant and rich Lamborghini enthusiast ordered a special supercar. The Aventador J is no road vehicle, so it doesn’t have a retractable roof. All of the gizmos were removed in order to save mass. Together with the lack of roof, it makes for a considerably reduced weight in comparison with the production Aventador.

The Aventador J has the shape of a Spyder. The wind-shield is replaced by small, specially-designed wind deflectors. The engine is still the 700 horsepower V-12, coupled with an ISR transmission and all-wheel drive. The wheels are specially crafted with carbon parts to enhance the cooling. Their size is 21-inch in the rear, and 20-inch in the front.

The lucky buyer remains unknown, so does the price he paid for this incredible piece of engineering.

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