It was not easy, but Lamborghini found a way to take his reach on top Aventador S to the next level. The Limited Edition Aventador SVJ introduced in 2018 the Pebble Beach Concours d & # 39; Elegance has more power, promises to deliver a more rewarding driving experience, and gets a more muscular design.
Aventador SVJ benefits from the development of Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva (ALA) technology was initiated in 2017 by Huracán Performante. The system consists of a series of power-operated flaps that are hidden in the bodywork. They are approaching creating the downforce needed to keep the car glued to the asphalt under turns; They open to reduce drag and unlock a higher peak speed on long stretches. The flaps are opened and closed automatically in a fraction of a second.
"The challenge to Lamborghini designers and engineers was to improve the purest essence of the Lamborghini super sports car, and draw on every inspiration from a spaceship to a jetfighter. All the most exceptional examples of super-fast super-athletic aerodynamic supremacy , "explained Lamborghini boss Stefano Domenicali.
The focus on building a more aerodynamic Aventador has not stopped Lamborghini from making mechanical upgrades far away. The naturally aspirated, 6.5-liter V1
On paper, updates update to a 2.8-second sprint from 0 to 62 mph and a top speed of 217 mph. Numbers rarely tell the whole story. In use, Lamborghini updates create the most driver-oriented V12-driven model, one that attaches great importance to rear-wheel operation and all-out performance. SVJ already showed its value by leaving Germany's difficult Nürburgring-Nordschleife track at 6: 44.97, a record for a production car.
SVJ stands out from Aventador S with air valves cut in the front façade, larger air jumps drove into the sides, and a huge fixed wing out again. The V12 stands out through the exhaust outlet mounted higher on the rear fascia, a styling cue borrowed from the world of superbikes. The interior remains about the same, which means that the driver faces a configurable display that replaces the instrument cluster.
Lamborghini will build only 900 examples of Aventador SVJ, and it is safe to assume that a lot of the production run has already been spoken by collectors and loyal customers who discovered the car months before the audience made it. Plan to spend at least $ 517,770 if you want to try to get your hands on one before they are gone. Production takes place in the company's historic Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy, factory, and deliveries will begin in 2019.
If not exclusive, Lamborghini also announced a limited edition version called SVJ 63 which receives extra carbon fiber parts and a particular liver. Production will be limited to – you guessed it – 63 examples, a tribute to the company's year of 1963.