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Lamborghini Aventador SVJ specs

Price in Europe €409,546 - €496,399
Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1525-1781 kg (3362-3926 lbs)
Introduced 2018
Origin country Italy
Gas mileage 22.9-13.0 l/100 km (10-18 mpg US / 12-22 mpg UK)
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Acceleration (mph)

0 - 30 mph0.9 s
0 - 40 mph1.3 s
0 - 50 mph1.8 s
0 - 60 mph2.5 s
0 - 100 mph5.8 s
0 - 150 mph13.2 s
0 - 160 mph15.4 s
0 - 170 mph18.5 s
Est. 1/8 mile6.8 s @ 106.0 mph
1/4 mile10.3 s @ 136.4 mph
Est. 1/2 mile16.5 s @ 164.3 mph

Acceleration (kph)

0 - 40 kph1.2 s
0 - 50 kph1.3 s
Est. 0 - 60 kph1.6 s
Est. 0 - 70 kph1.9 s
0 - 80 kph2.0 s
Est. 0 - 90 kph2.6 s
0 - 100 kph2.8 s
Est. 0 - 110 kph3.4 s
0 - 120 kph3.8 s
0 - 130 kph4.1 s
0 - 140 kph4.9 s
Est. 0 - 150 kph5.5 s
0 - 160 kph5.8 s
Est. 0 - 170 kph6.8 s
0 - 180 kph7.2 s
Est. 0 - 190 kph8.4 s
0 - 200 kph8.2 s
0 - 220 kph10.5 s
0 - 250 kph14.0 s
0 - 280 kph19.1 s
0 - 300 kph24.0 s
Est. 100 m4.5 s
1000 m18.9 s
Lamborghini Aventador SVJ acceleration graph

General performance

Top speed354 kph (220 mph)
Est. 0 - 100 mph - 09.8 s @ 715 ft
Est. max acceleration1.05 g (10 m/s²)
18m slalom73.8 kph (45.9 mph)
Emissions486 g/km
Lateral acceleration1.10 g (11 m/s²)

Powertrain specs

Engine type V12 DOHC 48 valve
Displacement 6.5 l (397 ci)
Power 770 ps (759 bhp / 566 kw) @ 8500 rpm
Torque 720 Nm (531 lb-ft) @ 6750 rpm
Power / liter 118 ps (117 hp)
Power / weight 448 ps (442 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 419 Nm (309 lb-ft) / t
Efficiency 43 PS per l/100 km
Power / €5000 9 ps
Transmission 7 speed single-clutch
Layout middle engine, all wheel drive

Braking distance

100 kph - 030 m (98 ft)
200 kph - 0120 m (392 ft)
60 mph - 029 m (94 ft)
70 mph - 041 m (134 ft)

Rolling acceleration

60 - 100 kph (4)3.1 s
60 - 100 kph (5)4.0 s
80 - 120 kph (5)4.0 s
80 - 120 kph (6)4.9 s
80 - 120 kph (7)6.1 s
80 - 150 kph (5)7.0 s
80 - 150 kph (6)9.3 s
80 - 160 kph (7)12.8 s
140 - 200 kph (5)5.4 s
140 - 200 kph (6)7.6 s
Est. 70 - 90 kph0.7 s
Est. 70 - 100 kph1.1 s
Est. 70 - 120 kph1.9 s
Est. 70 - 130 kph2.5 s
Est. 70 - 140 kph3.1 s
Est. 80 - 120 kph1.6 s
Est. 100 - 140 kph1.9 s
Est. 100 - 200 kph5.8 s
Est. 200 - 300 kph15.3 s
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ChironSS  1d ago

Well the video below was UNDERWHELMING. LOL! Anyway I'll leave it. They talk a little about hybridity anyway! LMAO!

 

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Corvolet3  1d ago

Underwhelming, like 70% of carwow videos.


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ChironSS  1d ago @Corvolet3

Yeah I seldom watch them. Occasionally. Like Bugatti vs F1. But there's a few English channels I've pulled back from.


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Gooey 'N' Jazzy  1d ago @ChironSS

How about you watch me on Television X, will that turn you on Loser!


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Corvolet3  1d ago @ChironSS

I watch them for some hatchbacks I'm interested in. You know, the old tests where they don't take a tuned car and claim 12.5 seconds quarter mile in a supposedly stock Yaris ;)


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ChironSS  1d ago

ELECTRIC FOUR DOOR LAMBORGHINI!! OMFG!!!

 

Didn't know really where else to put it? I've just been made aware and HAVEN'T watched it yet! oO

More likely than not a long term announcement of a project. The Lamborghini Aventador and Lamborghini Huracan need replacements first plus the Lamborghini Urus will need updating!

 

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Metajore  1d ago

Lamborghini must be smoking some serious weed


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Corvolet3  1d ago

It's no surprise to me. They already got the platform from a certain Audi SUV before.


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benedekpuskas  1d ago

It looks like a Skoda Octavia haha


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Hoppelmoppel123  1d ago @benedekpuskas

The roofline is like the Porsche Taycan


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FastestLaps  1d ago @Metajore

This is more acceptable than Lamborghini SUV. They already had Espada which was 4 seater. (not a 4 door but still 4 seater).

Yeah, some will say that Lambo also did have the LM 002, but that was only 300 cars built and nobody knew it even existed, unlike Urus, which is basically the best selling Lambo and changing (watering down) the brand.

While 4 door would be more acceptable than SUV, a 4 door electric Lambo with no sound would probably be worse than Urus.

Reminds me of Harley Davison and how they decided to make electric bike when half of the appeal of their products is the wonderful sound they make.


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SpeedKing  23h ago @FastestLaps

Unfortunately Lambo like everyone else don't really have a choice because of Euro policy to end ICE production by 2035. In addition given that profits are the primary focus Lambo don't really have a choice if they're going to exist in the market. At least they'll have their magnificent NA V12 engine around for the next 8 years or so which practically no one else will have.


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Lambolover  11h ago

Guys relax
It's that all electric model coming in 2025


 

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ChironSS  3w ago

Having thought about it, it's probably the final send off for the Aventador. With the plus+ 15hp as per SIAN V12 maybe even more. Not expecting a screaming one like the Pagani V12 or the Valkyrie V12. We'll soon find out!


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FastestLaps  3w ago @ChironSS

What?? Yet another sendoff for Aventador? How many special special-editions can you have?


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Lambolover  3w ago @FastestLaps

Less than 911s and 458s around :)


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FastestLaps  3w ago @Lambolover

458 only had one special editions - Speciale. Aventador has 10 special editions.


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ChironSS  3w ago @FastestLaps

Well yes, it's a Lamborghini. So it's REALLY special. :)


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Lambolover  3w ago @FastestLaps

Well not that they really changed the car in 488 or even F8
Same platform
After 488 same engine
Hell they didn't even change the design that much
They changed the engine and called it a new model
And you can check the one offs based on 488 and 458


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SpeedKing  3w ago @FastestLaps

The more the merrier i say. It's a supercar after all and it costs many hundreds of millions to create a new model so they've gotta get their moneys worth :)


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Lambolover  3w ago @SpeedKing

Well F8 and Pista are literally the same exact car
One is just heavier
And even if we go back, from 458 to SF90, the subframes
The gearbox
The chassis are all the same

I guess you're right
They really make it worth it because they make the same car and just rename it and sell even more because of it :)


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Cocobe  3w ago @SpeedKing

dun worry. Ferrari have definitely gotten their money's worth. The company is now worth 4x as much it did 6 years ago


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ChironSS  3w ago @SpeedKing

Exactly. I mean people forget it introduced carbon fibre monocoque construction for Lamborghini in 2011. Mass production. Other manufacturers are nowhere near. Save for McLaren.


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Simon BoomBoom  3w ago @Lambolover

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Lambolover  3w ago @Simon BoomBoom

"The SF90 isn't based on any current Ferrari"
Ight
At least Lamborghini kept the name instead of rebodying and calling it a new model lol


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Simon Boom-Boom  3w ago @Lambolover

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Simon Boom-Boom  3w ago @Lambolover

Junior, one more question.

Why can't the Cowentador rev past 8,500 rpm since 2011 ? lmao


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ChironSS  3w ago @Simon Boom-Boom

"Multi-material "technology".

For example ALUMINIUM?

And Lamborghini have had 100% FULL carbon fibre monocoque since 2011? Mass production of?

Take a walk.


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ChironSS  3w ago @Simon Boom-Boom

What use is 1000rpm MORE if your torque comes DOWN as a result compared to the standard model?

LFMOOO!


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Simon Boom-Boom  3w ago @ChironSS

No matter what lightweight material Lambooo uses, this is the final result,

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Torque comes down because they haven't done anything serious to it since 2011. Overpriced since it came out and has done one thing right, revving in the center of the city and getting egged and stoned by local residents lmao.

Truth is, it also has zero torque down below 5,500rpm.

New GT3 will dance all over the outdated Cowentador without a sweat with 6 cylinders only and without 4WD and a kickass transmission vs Cowentador transmission from the stone age designed by Genghis Khan lmao.


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ChironSS  3w ago @Simon Boom-Boom

Yeah and how did the all carbon fibre monocoque LaFerrari weigh? Did they they tell you that on the Newsroom? The owners weighed it? All I can say is LMFOO!

So I'll wait for the new multi material SF90 weight independently tested. If you don't mind. Same for that sexy little V6 hybrid. Has that got a FULL carbon fibre monocoque? Well I haven't checked but if the flagship hasn't then I doubt it very much.

The Lamborghini Aventador engine was ground up brand new in 2011? They've had an OFFICIAL Nurburguring production lap record with it in the SVJ?

Can you tell me how old the V12 engine is for Ferrari? Or when they last set a Nurburgring lap record?

And Porsche has nothing to do with anything. We're discussing Lamborghini and Ferrari. Or more correctly YOU were. So we'll leave them out of it and to their impending diesel emissions alleged cheating and fraud.

Your just like that SKUNK in the McLaren thread with your SKUNK account pissing your SKUNK fragrance everywhere. In fact I think your the same ****wit! How many accounts now? Nine?

Take a walk.

LMFOO!


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Lambolover  3w ago @Simon Boom-Boom

Oh wow
You so butthurt the whole Australia wild fires put out themeselves for being too cold

Also the mention of the new GT3 :)

From defending Mclarens to defending Ferraris now

How many more names and accounts are you gonna use to bash Lambo?
How many more companies are you gonna defend and pretend to be a fanboi of?
I mean I see your fakes being busy with the new Plaid Model S so I guess you had to burst the anger out somewhere :)


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Ferruccio Butter-Chicken  3w ago @Lambolover

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Cocobe  3w ago @Simon Boom-Boom

It’s called bore and stroke. The longer your stroke, the longer it takes for oscillations.

At the end of the day, in terms of price per performance, big lambos have never been great. People who buy these don’t care that much about 1/4 mile times or laptimes.

Who are you to say they are overpriced when people are very happy to pay for it?


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jellyfish  3w ago @Cocobe

Not everybody is happy and I would throw a Piano or a iron ball at one, if my sleep was disturbed.

 

 


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FastestLaps  3w ago @jellyfish

Hearing a V10 roar makes me happy. Maybe if I lived on that street it would get old quickly, but overall, London and UK has deteriorated in many ways over the past few decades, but influx of loud supercars is one of the rare positive side effects...


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FastestLaps  3w ago @Cocobe

Who are you to say they are overpriced when people are very happy to pay for it?

Lambos are actually cheap, compared to some truly overpriced special edition b.s. cars that sometimes don't even have more than 4 cylinders.


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Cocobe  3w ago @jellyfish

hate to break it to you, horn honking, trucks, cars in general all make loud noises. There are a LOT of other things you're much more likely to wake up from than a Lambo. Get ear plugs and better window fitment if I were you.


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ChironSS  2d ago @FastestLaps

Visit NORTHERN England? A Nation isn't just a couple of towns and cities? :)


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ChironSS  1m ago

 

Absolutely NO words to describe this!

A Bugatti Killer!

:O

 

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SpeedKing  1m ago

What's more that was not full boost. It had approx 1500WHP in that run and it has the potential for almost 2000hp on full boost. It's a weapon however component longevity could be a problem lol


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ChironSS  1m ago @SpeedKing

Yeah apparently 1600WHP. I'm looking forwards to a straight 0-400km/h run. I've seen how quick and fast their other production cars are. On that one even I'm not calculating it. But I've seen a Porsche hit it in around 17 seconds.

As for component longevity the loads are spread over 12 cylinders instead of 10 for the Lamborghini Huracan or even six for the Porsche 911's and Nissan GTR's.

So it'll be an interesting day.


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SpeedKing  1m ago @ChironSS

I was thinking more in terms of drivetrain components, even though they would have used billet gears and shafts as much as possible to make them last longer. It's also, as you realise, going to be dependent on how hard it's driven. Like anything the greater the torque stress the greater the likelihood of failure..


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ChironSS  1m ago @SpeedKing

Well in their favour they do back their engineering with a 24 month 24000 mile warranty. I've got to say that's impressive. There's a company here in England called Litchfield, last I remember they were exactly the same. You've got to stand behind your product.

And Lamborghini Aventador SVJ transmission, obviously not a DCT seems to take the punishment pretty well. I mean Underground Racing have been doing these crazy machines for over a decade now! They've SPANKED just about everything.

Factor in the cost of an SVJ plus some Underground Racing "fettling" and your looking at under a million dollars! I've yet to investigate the different mapping systems but THIS car 60-130MPH in 3.25 seconds is astronomically quick. There's another one that did same verified over a second quicker! A Huracan though with alot more power.

:O


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SpeedKing  1m ago @ChironSS

Underground Racing don't appear to have release detailed info on the transmission for the Aventador TT. However with the Huracans, once they start going beyond the 2000+ hp level i think they recommend an air-shifted 6 speed transmission which they used for 3000+hp Huracan that ran 259mph over the 1/2 mile. They do use Dodson Motorsport clutches when upgrading the 7 speed DCT to handle power below 2000hp which apparently do the job.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tvl2NZmJx1s


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Jackie Tan  1m ago

Rubbish, the perfect word.

Any modded car can pull those numbers, you're just a dumb shit fanboy with 0 credit.


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Lambolover  1m ago @Jackie Tan

Back at it again huh


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ChironSS  1m ago @SpeedKing

Yeah I'm aware the of the Dual Clutch Transmission's in the Huracan's. Incredibly well engineered stock. I'm unaware who manufacturer's them but they are sweet shifting units. So these air shifted 6 speed transmissions are completely new to me. 2000hp is quite enough! Ha!

The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ ISR transmission is good to 262MPH if the standard ratio's are used. It's the gearing that stops these beauties hitting 300MPH. The black one has become my favourite Lamborghini ever.

I look forwards to verified higher speed pulls. And all this new terminology "60-130MPH"! Just part of the learning curve!


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ChironSS  1m ago @Lambolover

I swear these fake accounts are like SKUNKS. Turn up out of nowhere, then deposit their vile stinking piss everywhere and are usually never to be seen again. Except their putrid stench lingers regardless.


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ChironSS  1m ago @SpeedKing

Saw that Dodson YouTube video. Very interesting! Thank You!


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ChironSS  1m ago @SpeedKing

I've now also got to look at AMS Performance too! I know they did Nissan GTR's but not Lamborghini Huracan's. There seems to be more information on numbers like power and torque etc over and above Underground Racing. I've even run into an owner that's had two seperate Underground Racing Lamborghini's. I just don't understand the hate towards them? But then it's the same with Bugatti! Maybe it's a VAG thing! :)


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SpeedKing  1m ago @ChironSS

Speaking of AMS they've got this Lambo motoring 7.33@194mph with over 2000whp

 


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ChironSS  1m ago @SpeedKing

Yeah funnily enough it came up in my news feed! So it's an incredibly impressive car! I think UGR have one that did 7 seconds flat to 200MPH. Then I saw one 13 seconds to 249MPH.

You can get the lower specifications ones for around $350000 dollars! Huracans.

And the feedback from an owner was smooth ride, incredibly impressive gear shifting with the DCT (updated) and on lower maps a daily basis drivable car!

AND you save over £3.5 million pounds on a Bugatti and can trash it on or off a racetrack!

Hahahahahaha!


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SpeedKing  1m ago @ChironSS

The UGR Huracan ran 259mph over the 1/2 mile in 13.4sec on the Pikes Peak airstrip with wheelspin and slow shift from first to second gear. Yep i'll take a Lambo over a Bugatti anytime lol


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ChironSS  1m ago @SpeedKing

Definitely. Lamborghini Diablo was one of my favourites. The only thing is AMS used slicks. I want to know what the fastest production legal road tyre car Lamborghini is! :)


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ChironSS  1m ago @SpeedKing

What have I walked into the middle of? LOL!

Won't say where but I DON'T believe I've ever seen so much animosity between two groups as AMS Performance and Underground Racing over the SAME car manufacturer?

It's like they forget the cars are Lamborghini's FIRST! I'll just keep studying but these "forum" and or comments sections can go ballistic! :O


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ChironSS  3w ago @SpeedKing

 

You seen this? Proline won't do anything like this or UGR. Fascinating!


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SpeedKing  3w ago @ChironSS

Awesome i'd love to see one of these billet blocks used in NA setup cranking out say 750-800hp at 10,000rpm in a STO coz that would give the Senna some stiff competition...


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ChironSS  3w ago @SpeedKing

Yeah man absolutely! He didn't use a built Lamborghini V10 but had an N/A engine his own proprietary "SMX" engines. Obviously V8. It was punching just over 900hp! :)


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ChironSS  6d ago @SpeedKing

Made a slight mistake above. Usually I triple check everything but nevertheless these things occur!

On STANDARD production Lamborghini or more correctly Graziano factory ISR gearbox ratio's and final drive ratio this Underground Racing SVJ would max out at just under 290MPH! :O

Unlimited by ratio's it'd be OVER 500km/h as it's certainly not shy on power. Particularly on C16. The fuel consumption is probably worse than the standard Bugatti Chirons!

I've run acceleration metrics too, firstly on my own, checked in gear against the original Dragy and then used a neat little simulator. Then I've further benchmarked it.

It's a DESTROYER. All current productions acceleration records would be meaningless. But then so it should be!

The CRAZY thing is this one is 2000hp peak at the crankshaft! The V10's go to 3500hp! WTAF!

This one is quite enough! Incredible incredible. O:


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Lambolover  2m ago

 

0-100 (km/h) 2.99 secs
100-200 6.13 secs
1/4 mile 10.50 secs at 216.01 km/h
1/2 mile 16.46 264.41 km/h
4:50 for the launch 5:53 for the results


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hostboy  3m ago

If you add 2/10th's to those imperial (mph) figures it would match the manufacturer claims :))) Lambo numbers usually get tested by American mags especially the Aventador

The Huracan and Urus have official numbers without launch control or race mode. Lambo claims figures usually for heavier, US-spec cars, which has been the case since the early Aventador.


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dr. cosimo  3m ago

Today, April 28, Would Have Been Ferruccio Lamborghini’s 105th Birthday

Lamborghini is celebrating what would have been the 105th anniversary of its founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini.

The man who set the foundation stone of the famed Italian automaker, while also contributing to the development of the first supercars, was born on April 28, 1916. He was the eldest son of farmers Antonio and Evelina, and as tradition dictated, he would have inherited the family farm.

However, from a young age, Ferruccio was more attracted to mechanics than the land, so he spent most of his time in the farmstead workshop. When WWII began, he was already an experienced mechanic, and was stationed on the Greek island of Rhodes to maintain the military vehicles belonging to the Italians, Germans and British.

After the war ended, he opened a small mechanical repair shop on the island, and in 1946, he returned to Italy, attracted by the incentives that supported the country’s economic recovery. He then opened a machine shop in Cento where he repaired motor vehicles and built small utility models, and while working in the shop, Ferruccio had the idea to make inexpensive tractors for small landowners.

The first tractor was made using a Morris truck, equipped with a fuel vaporizer, his own invention, and he ended up selling 11 of them in 1948, during the feast of the patron saint of Cento. This success made Ferruccio go into debt with the bank, using everything the owned, including the family farm, as collateral, to build more tractors.

In 1963, Lamborghini expanded the business to road vehicles. For this, his company needed a new logo, so he turned to local graphic designer, Paolo Rambaldi, who asked him about his personal traits. Ferruccio said he is stubborn like a bull, so the famous logo came to life from that statement, combined with his zodiac sign.

Ferruccio Lamborghini practically invented the supercar segment with the Miura in 1966. He also contributed to the creation of the Countach, which came out as a prototype in 1971 and remained in production until 1999, when it was replaced by the Diablo.

Unfortunately, he didn’t get the chance to witness the modern transformation of his company, as he passed away in 1993, but Lamborghini says he “would have been proud” of the modern supercar lineup and the Urus, which is the brand’s first super SUV.

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dr. cosimo  3m ago

anyone with big displacement engine will soon run into this character in every corner, murica leads the rest will follow

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196ss  4m ago

1525 kg curb weight shold be deleted (most likely claimed dry weight)


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196ss  4m ago

Please, add Mendig laptime.


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Lambolover  4m ago

Please add SVJ's Mendig Laptime


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Freakz  4m ago

SVJ Mendig AFB Circuit Laptime: 01:43.72

 


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Lambolover  6m ago

 

SVJ on Nurb F1 track
Pzero Corsa Tires
No time said but I measured around 2:10 2:11


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Lambolover  9m ago

Aventador's replacement will still have an N/A V12!

https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a34751674/lamborghini-aventador-hybrid-v-12/


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AzaanSPD  9m ago

0-200 is now 8.2? When?


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Corvolet3  10m ago

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Lambolover  11m ago

 

I love how in fhe first race Yianni is just sitting there while Matt is just crapping his pants :)))


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Lambolover  11m ago

 

Race starts from 18:00
I also don't think SVJ has above 800 hp because it's doing nearly the same numbers as a stock one


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JuanAntonio  11m ago

At 5:11, there is a drag race between SVJ, Performante, EVO and Urus. Weird to me the Performante lost to SVJ.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FDdgNQM_Gs


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Lambolover  11m ago

People's reaction at 0:22 :))

 


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dante  1y ago

 

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