While the MotoGP season should not be long in resuming imposing a nomadic lifestyle in the paddock, Jorge Lorenzo has offered himself a toy to keep busy during his retirement.
The 250 cm3 double world champion and triple MotoGP world champion is passionate about speed, to say the least. But he is also passionate about beautiful mechanics. In his garage are exceptional cars like a Ferrari LaFerrari, several Pagani (Huayra, Zonda, …), a Porsche 991 GT3 RS and a few other incredible cars. But until last Friday, he had no Lamborghini. Much like other cars, Jorge Lorenzo does not like to choose ordinary vehicles.
This is why his first racing car from Sant'Agata is a very limited edition of the Aventador Roadster. This is the SVJ 63 edition. But it is not yet rare enough for Jorge, so the Mallorcan managed to get chassis number 0/63. The Spaniard went to Lamborghini's headquarters to pick up this extraordinary Aventador. And besides, why 63? Well, it is a commemorative edition of the brand's birth year, founded in 1963 by Feruccio Lamborghini.
So what sets SVJ 63 apart from other "normal" Aventador SVJs? No difference in engine and equipment. It produces 770 horsepower thanks to the 6.5-liter V12 engine. It also points at 350 km / h, achieves 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.9 seconds. However, it receives 8 configurations predefined by the design and personalization department. Each time with a unique color and an interior reminiscent of the exterior accents.
All for just over half a million euros (523,674 euros) in France. Remember, however, that this is the car used for the presentation of the model during the 2019 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. It is therefore an even rarer than rare model.