The Lamborghini Aventador is nearing the top of its life cycle – and what higher solution to ship it en route than the loopy version of the SVJ.
Aventador SVJ at present holds the Nürburgring's quickest collection automobile title, having set a lap time of 6: 44.97, beating the Porsche 911 GT2 RS by 2.three seconds.
Energy nonetheless comes from this naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12, which was tuned to provide 759 hp (770 hp) and 531 lb-ft (720 Nm), boosting the SVJ to 100 km / h in 2.eight seconds and 124 km / h / h) in eight.6 seconds. The utmost pace is 349 km / h (217 mph).
The all-wheel drive system has been re-established, the chassis is endowed with steering to the rear wheels, however an important engineering is the energetic aerodynamic elements that enable the SVJ Aventador to generate 40% extra help and fewer drag.
The Aventador SVJ has turn into one of many quickest and strongest supercars of the second, however the huge downside is that the large Lambo V12 nonetheless provides the pilot the impression of eager to tame a beast , was what the driving of a supercar regarded like.
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