Lamborghini Aventador SVJ – 770 horsepower

This is the 770 horsepower Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, which has aerodynamics as complicated as a fighter jet.

At the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ (SuperVeloce Jota) made a stunning debut. While there is disagreement about its elegance, its distinction as the fastest Lamborghini in history is not up for question.


Not only because it has already set a new lap record of 6 minutes 44.97 seconds on the Nürburgring’s north loop, but also because the Aventador SVJ’s 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 produces 770 horsepower at 8,500 rpm and 720 Nm at 6,750 rpm, giving it the same power as the Lamborghini Centenario and 30 horsepower more than the current Lamborghini Centenario.


avendator SVJ

The SVJ uses an updated version of the active aerodynamics system first seen in the Lamborghini Huracán Performante and dubbed ALA 2.0 here. The air intakes and air ducts in the system have been redesigned.

The aerodynamics of the vehicle have been thoroughly considered. The aerodynamic support is 40 percent higher than the Aventador SV, with wider side air intakes, a flat bottom with vortex generators (small fins that improve airflow control by keeping it glued to the flat bottom), and an imposing rear diffuser that has forced the exhaust tails to be placed higher, in the style of the Huracán Performante, according to the brand. In comparison to the rest of the car, the rear spoiler is ultimately practically undetectable.

Like the Aventador S, the SVJ has all-wheel drive and all-wheel steering. Despite the fact that it weighs only 1,525 kg (dry), it has a fantastic power-to-weight ratio of 1.98 kg/hp. The SVJ has a 0 to 100 km/h time of 2.8 seconds and a 0 to 200 km/h time of 8.6 seconds, according to Lamborghini. The top speed is 350 km/h, and Lamborghini claims that coming to a complete stop from 100 km/h takes only 30 meters.

For the racetrack, a limited series

Lamborghini claims that the stabilizer bars are 50 percent stiffer than the Aventador SV’s, that the shock absorbers are 15 percent firmer than the SV’s, and that the car has been tuned specifically for circuit use.

A tune that would be appreciated in the gearbox (which is still a single-clutch robotized manual) and rear-wheel drive, which can now deliver 3% more torque to the rear wheels (than an SV). Finally, the Nireo alloy wheels are unique to the SVJ and are designed to fit Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires that were produced expressly for the Aventador SVJ.

The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ will not be produced in excess of 900 units, according to the Italian company. It also includes a limited edition of 63 units called the Aventador SVJ 63, which is named after the year Automobili Lamborghini was founded. The SVJ 63 is distinguished by its significant use of carbon fiber and composite materials, as well as its unusual design.

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