with 770 hp delivered by the V12 6.5 atmospheric, the new Aventador SVJ that Lamborghini unveils on Pebble Beach is the most powerful production car in its history. It is also the most efficient since then 0 to 100 km / h is recorded in 2.8 sec and sent 0 to 200 km / h in 8.6 s.
These figures can be exceptional in absolute terms, but it is clear that the company Sant & # 39; Agata remains a bit behind his competitors Ferrari and McLaren in brutal versions. The 812 Superfast, also equipped with an atmospheric V12, develops 30 hp more and announces 7.9 s for the 0 to 200 km / h, while the 720S, although less powerful, still gets a tenth, with a time of 7 , 8 s.
Active aerodynamics even better
It does not matter, the super car of the bull has officially become the fastest production car on the demanding North Loop of the Nürburgring, with a time of 6 & # 39; 44 & # 39; 97, on this exercise the very efficient Porsche 911 GT2 RS. It must be said that the SVJ has in addition to its 30 extra horsepower compared to version S 50 kg lost on the scale (1525 dry kg announced) and acquires the innovative aerodynamic ALA system, appeared last year on the Huracan Performance and further refined on this new car.
This active system makes it possibleincrease the aerodynamic support by 40%but also to vary the resistance along the curves, thanks to the many mobile elements. Visually we notice that the imposing fixed rear wing the special design, the new bonnet, the air intakes on the front bumper, the MXLaren 720S road with double exhaust and the many components of the specific aerodynamic set (front cover, side aprons, rear spoiler …).
Of course, the Aventador is his four-wheel drive and steering, which can also be an asset for the pure propulsion of Ferrari and McLaren. Finally, the SVJ confirms its exclusivity through its production limited to 900 copies. The first copies will be delivered in early 2019, while the price will be announced on 349 116 euros before tax in Europe.
Note that a special edition SVJ 63 is even more limited, also unveiled on Pebble Beach, 63 referring to the number of available copies and the birth year of the Italian brand.