Lamborghini once again teamed up with Canadian luxury brand Servelo Cycles. The model introduced this time is a limited edition bike named’Suvello R5 Automobili Lamborghini Edition’.
This bike is produced in limited quantities of 63 to commemorate its founding in 1963, and was inspired by the Aventador SVJ, which set a record of 6 minutes 44 seconds 97 in Nurburgring Nordschleife in Germany in 2018.
Lamborghini introduced, “In the same way the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ made its name in road driving, the’Servello R5 Automobili Lamborghini Edition’ was created to target the steepest uphill and downhill tracks in the Italian Dolomite Alps.”
“This bike is inspired by the Aventador SVJ, which is fast in all sectors, but easy to handle and sets it apart from other vehicles.” In addition, Lamborghini explained that the’Subello R5′ was made only from Italian parts.
The’Suvello R5′ features Vitoria Corsa Pro tires, Campagnolo Bora One wheel, Campagnolo Super Record EPS assembly, Deda Elementary stem, and Physique Alliante saddle.
The’Subello R5′ is already on sale and can be purchased from official Servelo resellers and dealers. The official price is 18,000 dollars (21 million won), which is similar to the price of one car.
Reporter Dayoung Kim