Lamborghini's Ad Personam division creates unique car to show off its capabilities; customer has already bought it

A one-off Lamborghini Aventador S created specifically for the 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed has already been sold.

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The car was created by Lamborghini’s Ad Personam division, which specialises in customising cars and which occasionally produces one-offs for major shows to showcase its capabilities.

The Goodwood car features a unique colour scheme of grey and orange which is picked out across the car, including on the brake calliper and on the interior finish, and includes Goodwood decals and seat stitching carrying the event’s name.

“Customers can personalise their cars in many ways, from the paint colour to the the stitch patterns, and today around 60% of them do that in some form,” said Lamborghini’s commercial director, Federico Foschini.

“It's an area we see growing in popularity, and we created this car to show customers at the event what we can do. I’m pleased to say that the car is already sold.”

The base car is a standard Aventador S with no technical modifications. No price for the Goodwood Aventador S has been revealed.

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30 June 2017
Looks OK in just the primer coat. Will look even better when they finish painting it, at least that is the way I see it, I'm no fan of matte paint on cars, they just look unfinished.

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