As though Cervélo's P5x Di2 time trial bicycle wasn't sufficiently striking, this limited edition release Lamborghini variant is ensured to stop people in their tracks and take a look at this stunning bike.
Cervélo Cycles launched a limited edition Lamborghini version of its P5X triathlon bike that's said to echo the aesthetics of supercars like the Centenario. It's also being described as "the fastest and most technologically advanced tri bike of all time."
A merger of Cervélo's quality craftsmanship and Lamborghini's groundbreaking, strong style, this most recent interpretation of the P5X "Super Bike" takes its plan from a diagram threw together by the outlandish automaker's skilled designers and conveys the perfect adjust of capacity and frame.
While the casing plan and spec continue as before as the standard Dura-Ace Di2 manufacture, the Limited Edition bicycle gets the full custom look treatment. Beginning with the dark and yellow Y formed paint shade, the paint likewise incorporates Lamborghini logos and the custom number plate.
The Lambo version P5X is accounted for to have spent over 180 hours in wind tunnel testing, and highlights small-scale and full-scale movability and incorporated stockpiling.
The limited edition of P5X will be limited to just 25 models globally, each one of them is having a production run number stamped on the rear of the seat post, and coming with a certificate of authenticity and a custom P5X travel case developed by Biknd. As for the price, it will probably start at the range of $ 20000.