How to overclock supercars on the most even training ground in the worldOctober 31, 2019
Have you ever wondered why supercars are needed if you do not live in Germany with unlimited autobahns? Answer: for events like this.
The Johnny Bohmer landfill in American Florida is called the most even in the world. This is the runway for space shuttles, designed by NASA, which is considered a miracle of engineering: for 4.8 kilometers the difference in the height of the canvas does not exceed 35 millimeters. And this time, a rare supercar Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, the current champion of the Nurburgring reference track, was brought to the test site.
V12 engine power: 770 hp
Displacement: 6.2 liters
Box: seven-speed robot
Distance: 3.7 km
The maximum speed of this Aventador is 350 km / h, and this time the testers even chose a shorter segment of the training ground than usual to leave enough room for the car to slow down after extreme acceleration.
The supercar did not disappoint, and the roar of the powerful V12 resembles a chorus of angels that have not yet been touched by the ruthless electrification of modern engines. However, the car failed to reach the maximum speed declared by the manufacturer – apparently, there was still not enough space.
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