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The answer: This special-edition, $20K speed demon.
Canadian cycling company Cervélo and Italian luxury sports car company Lamborghini have partnered to create a triathlon bike they’re calling the Cervélo P5X Lamborghini Edition.
This limited-edition bike, unveiled this week at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show, features artwork by Automobili Lamborghini’s Centro Stile, the world-famous design lab behind such vehicles like the Huracán and the Aventador. The artists combined the automaker’s iconic yellow topcoat with the Y-shaped detailing that often appears in Lambo seat embroidery on wheel rims and on tail lights. The rear of each bike’s top tube is stamped with a number denoting its position in the exclusive production run of 25. Other than those very-detailed design elements, the makeup and components mirror that of other P5X offerings. Purchasers will also get a custom P5X travel case, co-developed with Biknd.
“This project unites brands that are passionate about world-class products and performance,” said Robert de Jonge, Managing Director at Cervélo Cycles, in the press release. “Our triathletes lead the charge when it comes to racing, and now they can stand out from the crowd even more emphatically.”
Getting your hands on one of these very limited bikes will require a hefty investment of $20,000 and the willingness to move quickly as the brand expects high demand for the 25 units. Ready to pull the trigger? Contact your local Cervélo dealer. Bikes are expected to ship in less than 45 days.