DJ Afrojack and His Blood Red Lamborghini Aventador SV
Lamborghinis are special cars, more so than what either Ferrari or Porsche can come up with. Why? Because the Italian supercar manufacturer doesn’t just build ridiculously powerful supercars like the rest, but rather it manically sculpts supercars that are meant to be drooled over. Lamborghini builds poster cars, supercars meant to adorn your bedroom wall next to a poster of Kate Upton. Lamborghini’s are wild, often psychotic machines and as such, the car’s curvaceous lines and “interesting” character has attracted countless performers over the years. And Lamborghini’s latest victim owner being the DJ extraordinaire, Afrojack. RELATED: See More Pictures of the Lamborghini Aventador SV Here
Now, Afrojack didn’t just go for a base model Huracan or a previous-generation Gallardo for a relatively cheap Lamborghini. No, he went for the full bananas and bought himself a brand new Lamborghini Aventador SV, which is the latest super bull from Sant’Agata.
It features a titanic 6.5-liter V12 engine that develops an eye watering 740 horsepower, which is enough to get this raging bull from a dead stop to 60 miles per hour in just 2.8 seconds. Additionally, to go with those truly mind-boggling performance specs, the price is a potentially heart attack-inducing $493,095.
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While many would think that Afrojack wouldn’t drive such a ludicrous vehicle as his every day car, a cursory glance at his Instagram page would have you believe otherwise. The deliciously red Lamborghini makes numerous appearances throughout, which is frankly amazing due to Afrojack’s hectic touring schedule.
In addition to this beautiful blood red Lamborghini Aventador SV, Afrojack also has a Ferrari 458, an Audi R8, and has owned a ton of other great supercars over the years. The man knows how to cultivate a great selection of superfast supercars and this special Lamborghini is among the best.
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