Lamborghini will release the 830-strong version of the supercar AventadorOctober 10, 2019
The Italian novelty, which will be the last model of the company, with the classic V12 engine under the hood, will be intended only for movements along the race track. Under the hood of the Lamborghini Aventador SVR will be a 6.5-liter engine with 830 hp. In total, 40 copies of the model will be released.
Earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show, Lamborghini’s technical director, Maurizio Reggiani, acknowledged that the Aventador could get the final version, which would be the automaker’s latest supercar equipped with the classic naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine. Over time, this motor will be electrified.
A couple of hours ago, one of the users of a famous foreign forum published an interesting comment, the author of which claims that he already ordered a new version of the supercar. Not only that, he mentioned some data about his purchase.
And yes, the version of the Italian supercar that is pictured here is the Aventador Superveloce Jota (SVJ), but the version of the flagship model Lamborghini, which is discussed in this article, get the suffix SVR.
I note that at the moment, the British company Jaguar Land Rover also uses the SVR index for the high-performance version of its F-Pace and Range Rover Sport crossovers, in addition, a more powerful performance of the Jaguar I-Pace electric SUV will soon be shown, also with the index SVR It is worth recalling that many years ago, Lamborghini introduced the conceptual Miura SVR, so there should not be a problem with the rights to this abbreviation.
It is reported that the upcoming Aventador SVR will compete with the Ferrari FXX K and McLaren P1 GTR and Porsche 935. The same forum member claims that 40 copies will be created in total, and the first deliveries will begin in 2021. The novelty will be intended for use on the racetrack. Engine power will be 830 hp.
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