The new Aventador LP 750-4 Superveloce is the incarnation of Lamborghini’s sports spirit at its best. More powerful than ever, with improved aerodynamic in a lighter body, essentially is a supercar capable of emitting 750 hp, thanks to its aspirated V12 engine, superior dynamic, and exceptional driving precision performance.The result is the most sport-oriented series production Lamborghini ever. The weight has been further reduced by 50 kg through enhanced lightweight engineering, including significant use of carbon fiber. The Superveloce accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds and powers on to reach a top speed of more than 350 km/h. As the natural original Aventador successor – presented in 2011 – the new model is undoubtedly faster, without losing the typical fashionable craftsmanship design, iconic for this brand.
Perfect control through pushrod suspension, with Magnetorheological dampers, capable to swiftly adjust to both road conditions and driving mode. The reduction in body roll has been a dramatic improvement for this new model. Forged matte-black wheels, measuring 20 inches up front and 21 inches in the back. The wheels are made with optional center-locking mounts, a solution adopted in motorsports, with Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires granting maximum grip. Standard carbon ceramic brakes.
A pure concentrate of power, the V12 aspirated engine has a distinctive, unmistakable sound to the driver, audible at 8.400 rpm. The maximum torque is 690 Nm at 5.500 rpm while the limiter has been moved up at 8.500 rpm. The V12 sound is low-key in urban areas, blasting with a clear roar as soon as velocity increases. An emotional drive courtesy of – fastest worldwide – Lamborghini semi-automatic ISR transmission.
The Aventador achieves a 150 percent improvement in aerodynamic efficiency and generates an extra 170 percent of downforce compared to past editions. Every single detail aim to precision in functionality, easy to convey for this car looks racy and high tech at first sight. The rear spoiler, another typical race car detail, features three driver-adjustable positions that adjust to the driver personal style. The large rear honeycomb structure ensures optimal engine cooling.
Soft, but extremely durable Carbon Skin for the interiors that enhances the Alcantara coverings. The instrument panel features sophisticated TFT race graphics with an equally racy looking G-Force. The car’s launch color will be the specially created Rosso Bia with a black Alcantara leather interior, but it will be offered in other colors with various personalization options. Starting price? It’s going to be less than 330 thousand – in euros.
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