Lamborghini Aventador says goodbye to the V12 engineOctober 10, 2019
The 830-horsepower Aventador SVR will not be designed for public roads.
Speaking at the last Geneva Motor Show, Lamborghini Technical Director Maurizio Reggiani acknowledged that Aventador could create the final version, which will be final for the naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine, without electrification. And it was not about Sian FKP 37, because this supercar is a hybrid, but was referring to another car, which will still be called Aventador.
At the McLaren Life forum, one of the users said that he had already ordered a mysterious supercar. Not only that, he already managed to appreciate his future value, mentioning that he knows something about his new “mad bull”. The final version of the flagship model Lamborghini will presumably have the suffix SVR.
This would be an interesting choice, given that the Jaguar Land Rover is already using it for the F-Pace SVR and Range Rover Sport SVR, and the I-Pace SVR is on its way. Of course, we should not forget about the amazing Miura SVR from Lamborghini, so the company will certainly have an inheritance justifying the use of this designation.
The same forum member claims that the car will not be legal, and its release will be limited to a circulation of about 40 copies, while deliveries to customers will begin in 2021.
According to rumors, the released version of the powerful V12 develops an astounding 830 hp. That means an extra 60 bhp. compared to the Aventador SVJ and even 11 hp more than an electrified Sian. While there is not a word about torque, but 720 Newton meters seem quite believable.
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