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Lamborghini Aventador SVJ: More Power, More Speed, And Mind-Boggling Numbers

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Loads of praises falling on the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ are not unwarranted. They are being heaped on a piece of machine that is not only extremely powerful but also one made with utmost precision.

Apparently, it will be the last naturally aspirated powertrain Lamborghini will ever make. But why has the Lambo Aventador SVJ gained such attention so early?

The Aventador has been doing its thing for the last eight years in which it has distinguished from the crowd by thoughtful creative styling. But the marque thought it would be better if it went up to become a V12 engine car that is assisted by a hybrid powerplant.

Tested at the unforgiving Nurburgring Nordschleife test roads, it managed to do two seconds quicker than the record holder Porsche 911GT2 RS to finish the lap at 6:44. It was a whole 15 seconds faster than the SV.

This car will smoothly sprint from 0-62 mph in a brief 2.8 seconds. Press some gas a little more and you will hit 124mph per in an unbelievable 5.8 seconds, the highest it can ride at is 217 mph.

There is a lot of craziness in numbers when you think about this car but it is truly one-of-a-kind. It is as if Lamborghini was simply testing its skills before it suddenly became clear that this car was indeed very capable.

The Italian engineers gave their all in this car. It comes out in its power and ability to achieve unthinkable stunts.

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