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  1. I know of 2 more Aventador variants releasing this year. Replacement scheduled to be unveiled 2022 from what I’ve heard.
  2. Honestly none of these are going to appreciate - there were just too many made and not different enough even in the limited variations to matter. The perfect example of this is one of the rarest versions of the Aventador (and arguably one of the most beautiful) - the 50th. So few cars ended up here in the US but the prices on them are around 60% of what they were new. There was one at Mecum with only 100 miles that still saw that discount just a few months ago. That said - the rarer cars ARE buys now that they have pretty much hit a floor in terms of depreciation - I think you can buy and drive them with very little more to lose as the cars below it insulate the price. There are a few potentially cool final editions coming out before the V12 replacement. Will be really interesting to see how far they go in utilizing this platform with so many people anxious for the next one.
  3. I had just been thinking the same thing about the Diablo line and I agree with you that it makes sense there - my reason for thinking a more hardcore variant is that the Sian is more hypercar level in terms of perception - many of the newer Aventadors probably outperform the Veneno but I’d still take one any day - If I were Lamborghini that’s how I’d justify a more hardcore variant for the finale. Considering they don’t even make the S anymore it just seems so strange to bring it back as a farewell version when they have to know V12 owners are the group that always wants the latest and greatest. Who would a less than SVJ model attract? I don’t see many people trading in their SVJ for a car that isn’t as good, so where do the buyers come from? I had heard the car is getting unveiled q3 2021 with deliveries starting right before the replacement unveiling in 2022. I think that factory picture could definitely have something to do with it, you don’t build new body panels like that for nothing. The wide open engine bonnet is what makes me think hardcore. Are there any Xago’s left? Curious how those stickered out compared to the 63 roadsters.
  4. My question is why would they use a variant of the S as the swan song to the v12? That’s a huge deal and it makes way more sense for it to be the most hardcore variant of the v12 given what it’s celebrating. However, that’s going to upset a lot of SVJ owners. Fwiw I’ve heard about the car too - was about to order an SVJ roadster but now it’s making me think I’d rather get this final edition. I’m guessing GT / GTR variant.
  5. AP int upgrade was $12k for some bits of colored leather they already had - nothing makes sense dude. If I were doing it again I would just do a true 1 off color - something pearl / chameleon like that color flips.
  6. Wish their was the clips in the passenger seat for a carseat - my Murci had it, weird that my SVJ (with comfort seats) doesnt.
  7. the stripe and blackout of the rear are really necessary to have it look completed imo thanks! Tirestickers.com did them for me locally here, was $350 if I recall correctly.
  8. nope these are the stock wheels, 20/21 - I think the tire stickers just accentuate the size and make them look considerably bigger. Usually not a tire sticker guy but these were perfect to break up the green and black. Agreed - thought the same thing! The car was a looker already but with these changes it breaks necks - so interesting how little details can make it look that much better. Here's a post with more angles from PFS, along with one from my 'car stuff' IG so you can see what it looked like before. This car has every single CF option possible (other than the center caps, that looks weird to me on black wheels) so up close its still a nice contrast on the rear bumper as the black now meets the massive rear splitter thats fully CF, the sides where the bottom rocker is CF meet black below the door and the front is wrapped with the painted pieces black now as well - basically think of it exactly like the bottom half of a 63 livery, with a green stripe instead of gold.
  9. Tried ordering the car like this from factory but they told me I couldn't have the first delivery. Found out about STEK's black PPF and did it over the suntek wrap I already have on the car. Turned out perfect, absolutely love the way it looks now. Verde Themis FTW.
  10. Yep, have the dealer take the door cards out and grind it down, it'll be fine. I'd have them felt edges at the same time before they put them back on, honestly makes a big difference in speaker sound quality imo
  11. dude, congratulations! I did suntek on mine, really like it a lot. I think it's clearer than xpel ultimate but it may just be that i have a lighter color now compared to the xpel on my monterey blue 640. Would also love to know if side markers are easy to swap, I'd do it as well. I don't think you'll be happy with the valve switch, i did that then just went to Brooke race exhaust - sounds the same but just as loud as you would have hoped it'd be with the factory sound. Here's a good drive - by clip: yes, still the issue of the tint getting scratched. I'd have them wrap the CF door cards with felt as well, mine vibrated from the speakers til they did that.
  12. If the make the next one a V8 my SVJ just became the best car decision I've ever made lol.
  13. What Bugatti is doing is interesting to me as I've heard you'll lose a fair amount on a standard Chiron - I can't imagine some of their special editions won't do better as the bodywork is substantially different and they are even more limited. I don't know if it's social media or what but it seems like everyone has an exotic now days. I think super rare coach building is the only option these brands really have left in order to capture the excitement in such a small market of customers who can actually afford it.
  14. Post your spec. The only reason I have heard of this happening is if the spec is deemed to not have a good ability to sell if you back out.
  15. I contacted them, I would have bought it at $600k. That's easily a $700k spec car here in the US. Importing from Canada to the US means you lose all warranty and option for one and pay a 6.1% import tax. Still less than buying it here (even with an aftermarket warranty) but you will also lose more when it comes time to sell here, I believe they are called gray market cars here.
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