Jorge Lorenzo is always there to cheer us up with his dream life reality. He deserved it after all, he risked his life, he suffered a lot and he is a five-time World Champion, forever as he likes to point out. His holidays in Dubai are memories and back in Lugano, he can take advantage of the last car he acquired: a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ 63. The delivery was obviously not made in the discretion …

Jorge Lorenzo posted a video where he presents himself at the brand’s headquarters Lamborghini to Sant’Agata for his 770 horsepower Roadster to be delivered to him. A limited edition racing car with which the coat of arms wanted to celebrate its history. A purchase that dates back to mid-2020, of which Lamborghini has now posted a short celebratory video. The Mallorcan, in a Phillip Plein spiked jacket identified by MOW, picked up the car directly from Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali and spoke at length about his love for the car.

Being able to own a Lamborghini is a man’s dream “. Jorge said. ” With such an incredible design, the SVJ 63 is truly the best. You can’t have a more special car than this. Plus my model is the one featured at Pebble Beach, so it’s even more special. I am a car collector and this one is truly unique. Visually, I like the lines and the style, they have improved the aerodynamics a lot and it is a very special car with a lot of history behind it. I had a Huracán in 2015, then I had an Aventador SV. I love the sound of this machine. When you turn off the gas and hear it crackle … it’s amazing “.

Jorge Lorenzo remembers Assen 2013

Can ILorenzo barley launches into considerations of philosophy of which he has the secret: ” in every circumstance, in every condition and in every moment, you have the possibility of seeing things in a positive or a negative way. And I always try to see things in a positive way. When I was a pilot, even in the worst conditions, for example when I broke my collarbone in Assen 2013, I always thought positive. I thought to myself “why not, why not, after the operation, go back to Assen and try to run ? “.

I did it thirty hours after the operation and managed to finish with a fifth place. No one has ever done it. But in my mind, I thought, “I can do it”. My goal on the track and in the races is to win and go as fast as possible. This is the goal. The faster you go, the more competitive you are. On the road, however, it’s a different story. There, it is simply a question of moving from one point to another. And I’m never in a rush. In fact, I normally sit in the passenger seat. I’m really proud of this car and can’t wait to drive it on the streets of Lugano “.

The Aventador SVJ 63 Jorge Lorenzo presents compelling figures. The engine, a V12 with 770 hp and 720 Nm of maximum torque, allows the car to sprint from zero to one hundred in 2.9 seconds, which is a little more than a MotoGP, then to reach a top speed of more than 350 km / h. The price ? Difficult to make a precise estimate, even the amount required for a standard SVJ hovers around half a million euros.