2019 Lamborghini Aventador SV / GT / Jota test mule spotted with production bodywork.
Until recently, Lamborghini is was rumored to be working on a hot new Aventador SV. Recent spy images have confirmed that the Italian supercar maker is indeed planning a replacement for the SV. We still don’t know what it will be called though. Some say, it could be named Aventador GT or Jota. That said, it would probably be based on the new Aventador S.
Latest spy images shed some light on the upcoming supercar’s exterior. The 2019 Aventador SV / GT / Jota gets a more aggressive front bumper and fixed rear spoiler. Like the Veneno, the spoiler has large end plates and a central rib. The vented engine cover looks identical to the one seen on the Huracan Performante. Besides, the rear bumper has an inverted V-shaped feature like the Performante with twin-exhaust sticking out of the bodywork. The lower part of the bumper has been completely redesigned and now incorporates a massive diffuser. The car also has pronounced side skirt.
While little is known about the engine that will power the Aventador SV / GT / Jota, we believe that it might be offered with an updated 6.5-litre, naturally-aspirated V12 from the Aventador S. In its current state of tune, the engine produces 730 hp and 509 lb-ft of torque. It is also likely to get a four-wheel steering system.