Luxeous

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  1. Luxeous

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    Fwiw I think AP custom color interior and Exterior ended up costing around $30k total - that includes calipers and footplates. If he did free colors, no SVJ logo, stock wheels, no travel kit, fire extinguisher or a few other little things I could see it getting to $581. Black does look really good - always has on Lambos imo.
  2. Luxeous

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    Beautiful car Madd0g! Love the little touches to it as well. Looks like another SVJ popped up for sale - They are asking $709k. https://www.hgreglux.com/used-car/lamborghini-aventador-2019-for-sale-6749 Hopefully around the middle of next month, I can't wait either!
  3. Luxeous

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    We have the same dealer - mine is the one in production now. I don't think they know for sure on the 900 either way - nobody really does and with the allocation of 4 (total) per US dealer the numbers make sense for them to actually be combined. Time will tell though.
  4. Luxeous

    Michael Fux cars go to auction

    I think he said it was to make room for some new cars. I would have def kept the La Ferarris, those things are stunning. 6.1 and still going for the Aperta is straight bananas though.
  5. Luxeous

    LAMBOPOWER CRIBS MEGATHREAD!

    I’ll post some photos of mine once permits are issued and we can start building. I’m hoping to take @Fortis‘s ‘House Boss’ title with this one.
  6. Luxeous

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    I asked my dealer to request the factory send pics of mine in production as I wasn’t told when it was starting til the weekend before. Has anyone successfully gotten photos of theirs in being built? man I am stoked for this thing.
  7. Luxeous

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    Just got the confirmation - my car will be on the line next Tuesday! Sounds like it's all sort of a toss up right now as to how many are made but feel like they are pulling back from that original 900 after all the grumblings of over-production. I personally hope they drop the quantities but I guess only time will tell. Being able to announce it's sold out will definitely help.
  8. Luxeous

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    How are they scaling back to 500 when the plaques on the first cars say 1 of 900? Is this Murci SV style where they are making less than what it was originally limited to? @VCR is this what you were eluding to a while back before the SVJ launched - lower production numbers that would still benefit the SV? The original numbers quoted definitely helped the SV maintain it's value better as it was seen as more limited - if they actually only make 500 SVJs then it benefits both, exactly as you stated. Was this the plan all along?
  9. Luxeous

    Aventador replacement

    This is really interesting - I had always assumed ther Terzo and LB48H we’re along the same design lines - hearing its more towards the Countach is news to me. I do agree though, I have a feeling the replacement will base a lot of its final tech on the LB48H feedback. If they aren’t changing the chassis the ISR is here to stay. I like it so that’s cool with me lol
  10. Luxeous

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    Watched the Car Community video on YouTube about it, so good. They got some great shots in the rain too.
  11. Luxeous

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    How were you able to give a config code without the roadster builder being up on the site? My line of thought is basically the same as yours - I don't want to lose a ton on it. The way I've specced mine (and how soon it'll be here) I believe I could flip it if I wanted but I don't intend to - it's a very special car. One reason I didn't go with a roadster is that you are actually getting close to the release of the replacement by the time you get the car - that would personally make me nervous. SVs held well until the SVJ was announced - I'd imagine you'll see the biggest drop in the SVJ when the new model is close. There may be something to be said about it being the last full NA v12 but tbh I think many Lambo buyers just want the latest and greatest. Lambo has continuously proven that they know how to design cars we all drool over, I would expect the replacement to be nothing short of insanity.
  12. Luxeous

    Thoughts on Aventador vs Aventador S

    My wife's 6 series actually had it too now that I think about it. I feel like it's more noticeable in the AV because the car felt SO big before - now you can u-turn on a side street without looking like Austin Powers.
  13. Luxeous

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    Dude I hope so as well! I just remember reading something about previous country allocations and I thought that around 30-40% had come here before. You're numbers definitely work with what I've heard about each dealer getting a stock spec + 3 customer allocations. Really hope thats true as well! Dude, YES! Congratulations! I was telling my dealer the other day I can't wait to be in a position where I'm able to get invites for the one offs. Thank you for sharing your experiences, I have to imagine it's a whole different level. In your opinion, do you believe the SVJ will retain it's value well given it's the last of the NA V12s?
  14. Luxeous

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    My only thought with the 120 coming to the US is where are all the rest going? Isn't the US the largest market for Lamborghini?
  15. Luxeous

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    Does anyone know how long it actually takes to get to California by boat once it's built? Guessing if it's shipped by boat it's done in batches? Apparently if you air it, it arrives 2 days after it's finished on the line.