Lamborghini Aventador SV has been unleashed. The Italian supercar maker today revealed it at the Geneva Motor Show. We had initially posted a few leaked images of the SV and now here are the all the details.
The new Aventador SV LP750-4 is powered by an up-rated 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine which now puts out 750 hp @ 8400 rpm. From the outside, the SV can be differentiated from the standard Aventador by its large fixed wing, reworked body kit that also serves aerodynamic purpose. Center locking wheels also add a bit of style to exterior as well as being functional. New magneto-rheological pushrod suspension is more capable of handling high speed cornering. Lamborghini Dynamic Steering also makes its debut on the Aventador SV. It is also 50 kg lighter than the standard Aventador thanks to ultra-lightweight carbon fiber elements.
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‘SuperVeloce’ is a term used for the most powerful and outrageous Lamborghini of them all. A large rear wing is an integral part of modern Lamborghini SV models. The new one will of course be based on the Aventador which has been spied earlier. Now though, guys at Autogespot have caught one in the flesh.
Like I said, a SuperVeloce is slightly mad version of the standard car. The Aventador SV pictured here is clearly more outlandish in terms of styling. A completely redesigned exterior bodykit has been thrown in which includes a carbon fiber rear diffuser and front splitter element. The engine hatch looks new as well. A new air-intake has been added just behind the rear-quarter glass. Also note the center-locking wheels on this one.
The additional intakes feed air to the up rated 6.5-liter V12 engine which puts out 740 hp. That’s 40 hp more than the standard Aventador. Expect o-60 times to improve as the SV would shed some weight as well.
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