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Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1525-1769 kg (3362-3900 lbs)
Power / weight 455 ps (449 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 419 Nm (309 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2016
Origin country Italy
Average fuel consumption 30.0-13.1 l/100 km (8-18 mpg US / 9-22 mpg UK)
Price in Europe €392,600 - €431,240
Noise @ idle 60 dB
Noise @ 70 mph 73 dB
Views 55.5k
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Performance

Top speed 353 kph (219 mph)
0 - 40 kph 0.9 s
0 - 50 kph 1.2 s
0 - 60 kph 1.4 s
0 - 80 kph 2.0 s
0 - 100 kph 2.8 s
0 - 120 kph 3.6 s
0 - 130 kph 4.2 s
0 - 140 kph 4.7 s
0 - 160 kph 5.7 s
0 - 180 kph 7.2 s
0 - 200 kph 8.5 s
0 - 250 kph 13.8 s
0 - 300 kph 24.0 s
0 - 30 mph 1.0 s
0 - 40 mph 1.4 s
0 - 50 mph 2.0 s
0 - 60 mph 2.6 s
0 - 70 mph 3.3 s
0 - 100 mph 5.7 s
0 - 150 mph 13.1 s
0 - 160 mph 15.3 s
0 - 170 mph 18.4 s
Est. 1/8 mile 6.7 s @ 109.4 mph
1/4 mile 10.4 s @ 136.3 mph
Est. 1/2 mile 16.4 s @ 159.1 mph
100 m 4.5 s @ 84.3 mph
1000 m 19.0 s
60 - 100 kph (4) 2.9 s
60 - 100 kph (5) 3.9 s
80 - 120 kph (5) 3.7 s
80 - 120 kph (6) 5.1 s
100 - 140 kph (5) 3.9 s
100 - 140 kph (6) 5.1 s
Est. 100 - 140 kph 1.9 s
Est. 100 - 200 kph 5.1 s
Est. 200 - 300 kph 15.5 s
60 kph - 0 12 m (39 ft)
100 kph - 0 30 m (98 ft)
120 kph - 0 44 m (143 ft)
140 kph - 0 59 m (192 ft)
160 kph - 0 76 m (248 ft)
200 kph - 0 122 m (401 ft)
300 kph - 0 264 m (864 ft)
60 mph - 0 30 m (99 ft)
70 mph - 0 45 m (147 ft)
18m slalom 72.8 kph (45.2 mph)
36m slalom 142.1 kph (88.3 mph)
Lateral acceleration 1.05 g (10 m/s²)
Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV acceleration graph
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fakekillerfour  5m ago

the lp750-4 sv should do 1:44.5-1:45 at lemansbugatti


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saxy  5m ago

Simple math logic. It's easier to find 1 example of a Ferrari less than 1500kg than it is to prove every one is over 1500kg.

Why would anyone ask someone to weigh all the Ferrari cars in the world before they'd believe in something. That's just ridiculous


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BR2+  5m ago

...Unless you can show me a single test where's it's actually weighed at Your claimed weight?...

I'll be here.


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SolidSnake7685  5m ago

And you have surely weighed every 488 GTB out there. Alrighty.


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BR2+  5m ago

Exactly, Wth would anyone use a company's claimed weight figure? You would think this day n age people would realize it's total bs weather it's a dry weight claim or wet


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saxy  5m ago

Ferrari weights have always been bullcrap. And you're a donkey to just go with their figures and say... "oh it's lighter than its competitors"

Ferrari also quotes the Laferrari dry weight of 1255kg. Actual weight 1585kg? I'm guessing batteries are considered "wet weight" in the discription too. 488 GTB's have been tested at above 1600+kg, Doesn't matter what the Ferrari weight say it is. And if to get to the claimed weight you need $150k in carbon fiber options, then that's NOT the weight of the car. The weight of the car should be based on the base model selling price.
and what the fxxk are you saying a fully loaded 488 is still lighter than the ACR. how much is 1600+kg is more than any ACR I've seen tested.


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BR2+  5m ago

It doesnt matter what Ferrari quotes, or anyone for that matter, Why? Because there never real weight figures, Thats damn near true for all companys with exception to a few, No 488, Atleast that im aware of, Has EVER been weighed at 3252lbs,, The lowest has been 3402Lbs, Thats almost 200lbs heavier then your quote, And even with options on a 488, Its not gonna approach 200lbs more, Maybe with everything filled including luggage and every heaviest option its a possibility, But the fact is, This generations ACR, Hell this generations SRT Viper, Is in fact Lighter then ANY current Ferrari, The lightest Viper tested has been tested at 3,310Lbs, The lightest Ferrari currently is the 488, At 3423Lbs, Theres really no point in Debating, Hell i think the heaviest weight of an ACR is the lowest weight of the 488. So weather its standard equipment, Or every or certain options, A 488 is heavier then todays SRT Viper, And i didnt bring up anything about aero.


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SolidSnake7685  5m ago

@BR2+

Well, Ferrari quotes the 488 GTB as 3252lbs with additional equipment, and a dry weight of 3020lbs. The current generation of ACR is a totally different vehicle, with a totally different aero, no need to bring it up.

Unless its a custom built with aftermarket parts, no 2008 ACR is lighter than a 488 GTB. As said before, a standard equipped GTB is still a couple pounds lighter than a stripped ACR. Let alone the regular one.


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SolidSnake7685  5m ago

@saxy

It already lacks floor mats and insulation, plus alot of stuff which is regular in the Ferrari, and its STILL heavier. But yeah... in theory, a custom built 'could' be lighter.

Carbon monocoque, cut off the rooftop, maybe even thrash the windscreen vipers (see what i did here?)

But we're missing the point, and it stands. Even a stuffed 488 GTB weighs less than a regular ACR. Thats it.


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BR2+  5m ago

...Right, No test of the 488 has ever had it down below 3300lbs, Hell i havent seen one below 3400lbs, And most of the options on the 488 do not make it lighter or heavier by 200lbs, Hell mots options are a bit of carbon fiber that wont even effect the car, The lightest an ACR has weighted in the last generation was 3,339Lbs or 1,514Kg, The heaviest was over 3,400lbs,That includes the Hardcore package with deleted Ac/Radio The lightest this generation has weighed was 3,310Lbs or 1,501Kg, So no the 488 GTB is not a lighter car, And im not talking about Dry weight.


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saxy  5m ago

if you spend $150,000 in options... LOL i'm SURE you can get the Viper down to a much lighter weight...


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SolidSnake7685  5m ago

As i said, with/without certain extras. Pretty sure the 488 GTB weighs less WITHOUT the HiFi system, telemetry kit, extra luggage compartment options, fire extinguisher, suspension lifter, extra electronics, like radiator fan & a few extra cameras.

It all depends on what you choose. Even if you strip the ACR (no AC, no radio), you can't get the Viper down to 1530kg, with a lighter GTB (still with AC and radio) weighing in at 1475kg.


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saxy  5m ago

lol solidsnake, he 488 without the extras weigh MORE. The minimum weight is quoted with $100-150k in carbon fiber and lightening options


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SolidSnake7685  5m ago

@BR2+

"So no, Its still not lighter, 3423Lbs/1552Kgs Vs 3339Lbs/1514Kgs"

The ACR weighs 3408lbs, or 1546kg. The 488 GTB weighs 3404lbs, or 1544kg. The 488 GTB with/without certain extras weighs just 3252lbs, or 1475kg.

Either way, the Viper ACR is the heavier vehicle.


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BR2+  5m ago

There's a bug difference between magazine latimes and manufacturers laptimes.


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hmdqyg  5m ago

Lambo's nurburgring lap times always looks fishy. This car lapped over 20 seconds faster than 488 GTB on nurburgring, but on every other tests this car is slower.


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saxy  6m ago

Strolling in Korea today I saw 3 in a row rumbling down a small street.


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BR2+  6m ago

....If you happened to notice, Which you clearly did, I said "Last Gen" Viper ACR....

So no, Its still not lighter, 3423Lbs/1552Kgs Vs 3339Lbs/1514Kgs, Not every data is "updated" with the newest info, And simply because the new ACR hasnt done a Ring run proves what exactly?..

And yes Top Gear "was' the best car tv show araound, But Everyone knew Cars were its second nature, Thas why not many people took its laps seriously.

And the F1 drivers, Or any driver on there just want the "Fastest Lap" for fun, Nobody really gives a shite about being number 1, There all just happy being on Top Gear, Do you not even see what they do in the car or how alot of them behave? Being the slowest on Top Gear is in NO way humiliating, And you actually think there "Reputation" is on the line for that? LOLOLOL, Did you just start watching TG?..


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C.J.   6m ago

First of all..i was talking about the 2008 Viper ACR (check my comment: "Take a look at the Viper ACR 2008" ). In this case the 488 it is LIGHTER than 2008 ACR not the new one..because the new one didn't had a laptime on Nurburghring (wonder why?) . Second : yes top gear is an entertainment TV show...but that doesn't mean that it doesn't have it's own "Respect and Decency". Top Gear UK is one of the most watched TV car show of the world (or probably the NR.1 car TV show)...so do you think that an F1 driver comes to this show to humiliate himself in front of millions of people by being the slowest F1 driver? Think again? It's their reputation in front of the world and fans....Third: in my comment i said the word (speed) with ("....")...which was a metaphorical form to say....so a "metaphoric speed isn't the same with the "speed itself"....I have my own way of speaking or my own style...whatever you wanted to call it...doesn't matter. But I admit my mistake : yes the Aventador SV had the P Zero Corsa tyres on the Willow Springs. My mistake.


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BR2+  7m ago

Dudes gotta be FakeKilerFours brother....

But a couple things..

A 488 isnt lighter then a last gen Viper ACR at 3339lbs compared to 3423lbs, Nor aerodynamically unless you mean better Cd over downforce.

2: On Willow Springs it did in fact have its bespoke Pirelli PZero tyres, Thats a fact, Only comes with one.

3: NObody takes TopGear laptimes seriously, Its TG, Its an entertainment comedy show first, Car show second, MotorTrend is a car show first, Entertainment show second(Channel)

4:...You say the Nurburgring wasnt made for speed?....How many other tracks have a 1 mile straight with a down hill section? And how many tracks can even a road car hit over 170mph plus on "Multiple" locations? And you say its NOT made for speed? lol The ring, Is just another track, It just happens to be longer with more roadworthy pavement.


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C.J.   7m ago

Again......what to say and you, now. I just have respected what must be respected. And when someone expresses his opinion of something....and you answered with a word like: "crap" ....it is an insult to the freedom of expression of individual opinions. And I know you're trying to avoid the subject. So don't bother.


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saxy  7m ago

I haven't posted any more reasoning because you're way too far up Lamborghini's bottom to listen. Not worth my time. And sorry... the previous comment contained no insults. You should check English or your state of mind. This comment does though.


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C.J.   7m ago

Hmmm...what to say you, now. Because you didn't had an answer, you've just posted an insult there...and there you have...and do not try to argue me...because i know i'm right. Any person who becomes frustrate start insulting. Is called the human psychology ..Sorry..but it's the truth.


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saxy  7m ago

That was the biggest load of crap I've heard in a while.


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C.J.   7m ago

Well...let me put it in this way. The driver of the Aventador SV on the Nurburgring in no other than Marco Mapelli...which is Lamborghini Test Driver and with some help from Lamborghini "Management" he knew that car and how to operate it to it's full capacity more better and faster than me "trying to use facebook on my cellphone", in other words. Another thing : Take a look at the Viper ACR 2008. On Nurburgring racetrack this Viper from 2008 is 9 seconds faster than 2015 Ferrari GTB (with it's ultimate technology). On papers 488 GTB should humiliate the 2008 Viper ACR because is lighter, faster, powerfull and more aerodynamical than ACR. How can you explain that? On willow springs test track for e.g. Lamborghini didn't had Pirelli P Zero Corsa tyres...and it was 2 sec slower that 918...and again with other driver than Marco Mapelli. It's like buying a washing machine without let the employer explain to you how it works.


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saxy  7m ago

yeah man... so if every single driver who has tested the Aventador SV isn't as fast as he is in other cars, it's all the drivers fault... right.


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C.J.   7m ago

Not quite. For e.g. Top Gear had a list of laptimes with a same car....but the drivers were F1 pilots. They are all professional drivers...no doubt about it...but the question is? All their laptimes were the same? The answer is : No. Not at all. So in this case...the car has no fault. Another thing. Nurburgring is quite a lot different than other racetracks. In other words...you can't assimilate Nurburgring, with "power" ....but you can assimilate it with "physics"...whitch means, that this racetrack wasn't made for "speed" ...it was made for "something else". And that "something else", is not available for every sportcar, supercar, hypercar...and so on. Nurburgring is somewhere between dead and life. If the Aventador SV, manage to finish a lap on this track under 7 minutes "alive"...well there is more than enough to say that this car (Aventador SV) isn't the problem. The problem is something else or somebody else. Aventador showed the world that deserves to be one fast hypercar. No doubt about it.


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saxy  7m ago

That's because the car is much slower everywhere. It's not the people's fault if the car isn't delivering. If a singer had one amazing live performance but then keeps on going off tune all the time elsewhere... his/her reputation as a serious performer is compromised. It's not the audiences' fault.


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C.J.   7m ago

Nobody says...but most of them doubt it.

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