Sure enough, with the launch of the SVJ Lamborghini Aventador today, Lamborghini also said that this might be their last model which is naturally aspirated V12 engine without the addition of a hybrid, turbo or supercharger. This pure SVJ Aventador burns a mixture of gasoline and air with spark plugs without interruption from anyone in the engine room of 6,500 cc V12 non-turbines. All in order to blow up 770 PS of energy ready to burn the asphalt.
Lamborghini itself has said that in the future they will try a hybrid engine, so the SVJ Lamborghini Aventador is also a parting gift with naturally aspirated engines. For a farewell gift, this SVJ Aventador feels very special. If the Aventador S just feels "badass", the SVJ Aventador has a set of aero kits that make it look more "badass" again, without having to ride a horse and wear a black mask.
An extra Aero kit belonging to the SVJ Lamborghini Aventador is not a mere style, but also has its function. Just like the Huracan Performante, the SVJ Aventador already uses the Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva or ALA systems, but SVJ has version 2.0 or newer. This system proved to be effective, because the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ had recorded time at Nodschleife Nurburgring in 6 minutes 44.95 seconds, 2 seconds faster than the Porsche 911 GT2 RS.
The important parts in this car are made of carbon fiber, for example the front lip spoiler, air grille, diffuser and the large rear wing. Lamborghini SVJ Aventador has not used 3 exhaust on the lower rear bumper like the Aventador S, but replaced by 2 large exhaust mounted near the brake lights. Oh yes, SV stands for Super Veloce and J which stands for Jota, so the full name of this car is the Lamborghini Aventador Super Veloce Jota.
This cruel-looking road crusher is ready to be ordered, and we are sure it will quickly run out because this last Lamborghini that uses a naturally aspirated engine. Only 900 SVJ Aventador units will be made, but there is a more exclusive Aventador SVJ 63. SVJ 63 was made as many as 63 units and the number 63 was a tribute to the birth year of the Lamborghini supercar, namely 1963.