July 21, 2020 By C! Magazine Staff

Lamborghini Aventador Xago Edition is a celebration of the brand’s hexagonal design language

It also heralds Ad Personam Studio’s move to the online world

Earlier this year, Lamborghini gave us the Aventador SVJ Roadster in all its topless glory. Now, the Italian super sports car maker serves up the SVJ Roadster Xago Edition, celebrating not just its hexagonal design language but the transition to the virtual world for its Ad Personam Studio.

The open top Aventador features a unique fading hexagonal effect for its outer flanks, along with touches like gloss black Niero Ad Personam wheels, unique contrast color livery, contrast stitching for the interior, and exclusive seat patterns.There is also a numbered plate to let the world know you’ve got an exclusive model.

The Aventador SVJ Xago Edition is still powered by the same V12 mill that produces 770bhp and 532lb-ft of torque. This is good for a 0-100km/h time of 2.8 seconds, and a top speed of 350km/h.

But apart from the Xago Edition, of which only 10 examples will be made, Lamborghini is also celebrating its Ad Personam Studio’s move to the online world. This is not only meant to make customizing a Lamborghini safer during this time of COVID-19. It will likewise allow more customers to spec their Lamborghini to their liking wherever they may be in the world.

At this point in time, it is better than having no Ad Personam Studio to speak of. It can still give customers their automotive fix while waiting for the pandemic to end.

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