The last and most interjection moving, fire tossing section of the Lamborghini Aventador’s biography. The auto may wind up being known as the SVJ, with the J remaining for Jota, if a passel of Lamborghini fans get their direction, at any rate. (It’s conceivable Lamborghini may utilize its current Performante moniker rather.) Jota was the name of a low-volume execution redesign offered to proprietors of Lamborghini Miura SVs in the 1970s and Diablo SE30s in the 1990s; less than two dozen were worked between the two models. The name likewise was referenced by a coincidental Aventador made in 2012 for a well off client. The Aventador show seen here will succeed the 2016 LP750-4 Superveloce, which effortlessly could have filled in as the range-topping sendoff. In any case, as these disguised photographs appear, that SV was just the begin.
Why It Matters: All the supercar folks on Lamborghini’s rundown require the most recent and most foolish toys. That, and the Huracán Performante debilitates to eclipse the Aventador; it outpaced the half-million-dollar Aventador SV in each and every one of our track tests, put something aside for zero-to-180-mph increasing speed and Lamborghini’s asserted best speed. The Jota must recover the Aventador’s situation as the most extraordinary auto from Sant’Agata.
The Aventador’s suspension shares literally nothing in a similar manner as some other auto. Anticipate that Lamborghini will refine the SV’s suspension and consolidate a greater amount of the lightweight Forged Composite components and dynamic optimal design found in the Huracán Performante. Search for a roadster form, as well.
The 6.5-liter V-12, without turbocharging or electric engines, releases 730 drive in the Aventador S, up from the first LP700-4’s 691, while the SV hit 740. This motor frequently shoots real flares from its fumes (which didn’t help with motor narrows fires, an issue as of late remedied in a review). In any case, if Porsche can construct a 700-hp 911 and Ferrari can turn out the 789-hp 812 Superfast, you can wager Lamborghini engineers won’t rest until the point that their auto nears or outperforms the 800 stamp.