The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ is a super sports vehicle designed to shatter any lap record while still being road legal. This top-of-the-line flagship model includes all of the lessons Lamborghini gained from competing in motorsports. The 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 petrol engine that powers it generates 770PS / 759BHP of power at 8500 RPM and 720NM of torque at 6750 RPM.
The power is distributed to all four rear-biased wheels, which are managed by a 7-Speed ISR Robotized Automated Manual Gearbox. This super sports vehicle can reach a high speed of 350 kph in a flat-out 2.8 seconds.
Despite having a price of Rs 6.25 crore ex-showroom India before any extras, Lamborghini India has gotten a positive reaction from Indian buyers of luxury vehicles. Many customers have pre-booked it before the official India launch, even though Automobili Lamborghini is only producing 900 vehicles for the whole world.
Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Features
The following features are included with it: Although the front end appears to be an extension of the car it is based on, it really functions entirely differently thanks to active aerodynamics both upfront and at the back. ALA 2.0, which consists of active aero laps in the front splitter and in the central air intake behind the rear decklid that serves as a passage for a massive fixed rear wing, was first introduced in the Lamborghini Huracan Performante.
It is present in the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ. The front flaps open up while the vehicle is traveling straight ahead, providing downforce while also lowering the drag coefficient for a more secure feeling on the ground.
In order to increase down-force on inside wheels and create a vortex air unit from the aerodynamic rear wheel by sucking the rear into the pavement, one of the two front flaps opens up while carving a turn at high speed.
ALA 2.0 is all about controlling the air to make it slick during straight-line acceleration and raising drag when hard-cornering to maintain the necessary down-force on inside wheels. The large rear intake is channeled, while the side profile keeps the sharp creases at the waistline.
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A 400mm Carbon Ceramic Disc Brake with 6-Piston Calipers at the front and a 360mm Carbon Ceramic Disc Brake with 4-Piston Calipers at the back are mounted behind these very light alloy wheels. The core of this high-performance supercar is its rear appearance.
The massive fixed rear wing at the back, which has an air intake in the center, dominates the rear and creates the vortex effect below it by channeling air into the hollow area. The titanium exhaust system, which is standard equipment, has a center-exited dual exhaust pipe. The rear diffuser is quite large to suck the enormous back profile into the pavement while driving quickly.
Alcantara is used as the primary inside material, and leatherette is used for the headlining. An electro-hydraulic-assisted multifunctional steering wheel with a pair of paddle shifters positioned on the steering column makes up the driver zone. The air management is shown on the instrument cluster, a completely digital, high-definition display using the ALA 2.0 system.
Three separate driving modes are available, each with its own visuals and display arrangement on the instrument binnacle. Fully race-spec carbon fiber racing seats with fixed backrests and manual sliding adjustability are used as the seats.
These chairs were specifically designed to offer lateral support to the driver while they are subject to G-Forces. A high-definition entertainment display has the possibility of being outfitted with Apple CarPlay and an upgraded Hi-Fi Sensonum Sound System for an extra fee. Standard features include 4-Airbags, ABS, EBD, TPMS, BA, P-TCS, front and rear parking sensors, keyless entry, and cornering brake control.