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post May 20 2018, 01:00 PM
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QUOTE (LamboCARS @ May 20 2018, 08:48 PM) *
In 2017 Lamborghini delivered 1,173 Aventador ... so I think 1,200 is about the maximum production number for the V12 per year ... I also think the assembly line will be converted for the replacement either in August 2019 ... or August 2020 at the lastest, when the factory closes for the Summer.


If that’s the case they can’t physically fit 1,100 to 1,200 SVJ and keep the S going, interesting.
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post May 20 2018, 07:20 PM
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QUOTE (Fortis @ May 20 2018, 02:00 PM) *
If that’s the case they can’t physically fit 1,100 to 1,200 SVJ and keep the S going, interesting.



Yah, it doesn't make sense if Lambo builds say 1000 SVJ's when production for the A is winding down unless they double production for the last MY but I highly doubt it. I feel the 600 number sounds about right.
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post May 20 2018, 09:35 PM
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QUOTE (LamboCARS @ May 20 2018, 03:48 AM) *
In 2017 Lamborghini delivered 1,173 Aventador ... so I think 1,200 is about the maximum production number for the V12 per year ... I also think the assembly line will be converted for the replacement either in August 2019 ... or August 2020 at the lastest, when the factory closes for the Summer.


Production is only capped by demand. If they could, Lambo would sell 2,000 - 3,000 Aventadors in a year but the market just isn't there.


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post May 20 2018, 11:41 PM
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Remember that 600 might be the total number with both Coupes and Roadsters. Since the Roadsters are coming out later, SVJs should have a 2 year run. Coupes in the U.S will most likely be delivered as 2019 models. Some Roadsters will be delivered as 2020 models.

Say if they produce around 1200 Aventadors a year, that means 300 of those 1200 will be SVJs for the next 2 years. SVJs will account for around 25% of the Aventador' s production if my math is correct?
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post May 21 2018, 05:04 AM
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They will make more GP on a Jota than an S. Satisfying Jota demand will be priority one. If that means not making S’s, that’s not a problem.
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post May 21 2018, 01:40 PM
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I was told of a strategy to decide numbers which is both happy and sad LOL

It will be interesting to see if it will happen that way.
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post May 22 2018, 04:57 AM
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QUOTE (Supercar Ace @ May 21 2018, 06:35 AM) *
Production is only capped by demand. If they could, Lambo would sell 2,000 - 3,000 Aventadors in a year but the market just isn't there.


If you have been to the factory you can clearly see that the issue for them is producing the carbon tubs - I think they said the carbon plant is now running 24 hours but they still can only make something like 6 per day
The production line itself is also limited

Now clearly they could invest in another production line - but that would be mega money which I doubt VW currently want them to spend

As such I don't think they are able to increase V12 production
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https://www.motor1.com/news/242907/lamborgh...ris-motor-show/ looks like the SVJ will be shown at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show then ...
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QUOTE (dtrax @ May 22 2018, 05:57 AM) *
If you have been to the factory you can clearly see that the issue for them is producing the carbon tubs - I think they said the carbon plant is now running 24 hours but they still can only make something like 6 per day
The production line itself is also limited

Now clearly they could invest in another production line - but that would be mega money which I doubt VW currently want them to spend

As such I don't think they are able to increase V12 production


Right, if the demand was significant enough, then yes they'd get an expansion on the line going. But the big money makers are Huracan and (they are hoping) the Urus so those get priority, as a $200k car is easier to sell than a $400k car.


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QUOTE (Luckydaff @ May 23 2018, 03:18 PM) *
https://www.motor1.com/news/242907/lamborgh...ris-motor-show/ looks like the SVJ will be shown at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show then ...


Count on it. But the likely good news is the car will go on tour in between the unveil at Quail and the official display in Geneva.
Lamborghini SpA will offer the car to dealers (at a cost, of course) for their own unveiling events. So dealers of the upper echelon would probably take that opportunity for mutual benefits to all parties.
Very wise of Lamborghini actually. Rather than going through the costly display, logistics, staffs' time & PR at the Paris show, they just offer the car to the dealers for a day or two here and there and cash in from the process.
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And here I thought we would see the Roadster version at Geneva.
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How about this for an idea: The SVJ coupé gets unveiled to the public during Pebble Beach and then the Roadster comes in March 2019 at the Geneva Motor Show?
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We've been taking a look at production numbers for the Aventador, and possibly how much SVJ Coupe and Roadster will be made ... with up to 6 carbon fiber tubs per day, they could possibly build about 1,800 Aventador each year, let's say some of those tubs have a flaw, so they can't be ... let's cap at 1,700 Aventador ... over the last few years they've managed to deliver on average about 1,200 V12 models per year ... for argument sake let us state they sell more now with the S and the SVJ, let's be positive ... 1,500 Aventador delivered in 2018.

By August the Aventador SVJ Coupe is shown ... either behind doors to a select group of VIP, or to the public ... and let's say they want to sell 600 like with the SV ... but I think the delivery time on any Aventador is still around 12 months at the moment ... so even those that sign a sales contract in August (I don't think all those 'signed' contracts we've seen are already official sales contracts ... are they?) ... the first Aventador SVJ Coupe will most likely not be delivered to a customer before the Summer of 2019.

In comes the Aventador SVJ Roadster ... let's say they want to sell 500 Roadster (again like the SV) and at best it is shown in Geneva, but I think it will be shown later ... that is a total of 1,100 Aventador SVJ added to the production line, which has been handling on average 1,200 units ... if the split Aventador S vs Aventador SVJ is indeed 'only' 25% it will take 3,300 Aventador S to build 1,100 Aventador SVJ ... total production V12 would be 4,400 units ... that is about 3 years of production (even at 1,500 units/year) ... which would mean the Aventador stays in production until at least 2021 ... perhaps even 2022.
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QUOTE (Luckydaff @ May 23 2018, 03:18 PM) *
https://www.motor1.com/news/242907/lamborgh...ris-motor-show/ looks like the SVJ will be shown at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show then ...


My dealer confirmed that the coupe will be in Monterey
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QUOTE (LamboCARS @ May 27 2018, 06:11 AM) *
We've been taking a look at production numbers for the Aventador, and possibly how much SVJ Coupe and Roadster will be made ... with up to 6 carbon fiber tubs per day, they could possibly build about 1,800 Aventador each year, let's say some of those tubs have a flaw, so they can't be ... let's cap at 1,700 Aventador ... over the last few years they've managed to deliver on average about 1,200 V12 models per year ... for argument sake let us state they sell more now with the S and the SVJ, let's be positive ... 1,500 Aventador delivered in 2018.

By August the Aventador SVJ Coupe is shown ... either behind doors to a select group of VIP, or to the public ... and let's say they want to sell 600 like with the SV ... but I think the delivery time on any Aventador is still around 12 months at the moment ... so even those that sign a sales contract in August (I don't think all those 'signed' contracts we've seen are already official sales contracts ... are they?) ... the first Aventador SVJ Coupe will most likely not be delivered to a customer before the Summer of 2019.

In comes the Aventador SVJ Roadster ... let's say they want to sell 500 Roadster (again like the SV) and at best it is shown in Geneva, but I think it will be shown later ... that is a total of 1,100 Aventador SVJ added to the production line, which has been handling on average 1,200 units ... if the split Aventador S vs Aventador SVJ is indeed 'only' 25% it will take 3,300 Aventador S to build 1,100 Aventador SVJ ... total production V12 would be 4,400 units ... that is about 3 years of production (even at 1,500 units/year) ... which would mean the Aventador stays in production until at least 2021 ... perhaps even 2022.


2021~2022?? ~This is impossible。
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