Lamborghini knew that debuting the Aventador SVJ in Japan would absolutely require more than just a small party. That’s why coordinators arranged some fabulous event for the day the special Lambo appeared in Yokohama city. The Lamborghini Day in Japan was enlivened by more than 200 Lamborghinis came together in Yokohama. The event was also attended by the Italian brand’s boss Stefano Domenicali and Italy’s envoy to Japan, Giorgio Starace.
This exciting showcase of Italian luxury sports cars was a part of a new holiday called Lamborghini Day Japan, which is dedicated to everything Lambo. Starting at the Yokohama Super Factory film studio, Lamborghini debuted the Aventador SVJ and exhibited its Ad Personam customization program, Squadra Corse motorsport division, and Collezione Automobili Lamborghini attire line.
To make the day much more remarkable, Lamborghini welcomed more than 200 owners to partake in a glamorous parade that went through and around the downtown area. Lamborghini lovers and residents alike were treated to the gleaming view and the soundtrack of many aspirated motors. The participated models included the Miura, Countach, Diablo, LM002, Gallardo, Murcielago, and the latest range comprising the Aventador, Huracan and Urus.
After the grand city parade, Lamborghini set up a major gathering for everybody, which additionally included a charity sale that contributed in raising money for survivors of natural disasters in Hokkaido, Osaka and different parts of Japan that were as of late hit hard. All funds went straightforwardly to the Japan Red Cross.
According to Domenicali, the Japanese market is crucial for his company. He wants to strengthen his appreciation to the long-lasting support of the Japanese clients who have assembled such solid bonds with Lamborghini. He said that the automaker remains especially in contact with its customers in the country, and anticipate strengthening the marque’s presence with the Japanese market launch of the new Super SUV Urus, which carries a much more extensive gathering of people into the brand.
The Aventador SVJ, the definitive track version of company’s flagship supercar, made its global debut last August at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in Monterey, just a month after breaking the lap record for production cars at the Nürburgring track.
Currently, Lamborghini has nine dealerships in Japan, with the latest one opened in Sendai earlier this year. It’s not yet certain how many Aventador SVJs will go on sale in Japan, one thing for sure is that the production will be limited to just 900 units.