Novitec Torado Lamborghini Aventador SV Ready To Pounce

For as long as supercars have existed, there have been owners and enthusiasts that have wanted more.

Whether that be more performance, more comfort, more exclusivity or more driving thrills, even the industry’s finest vehicles aren’t enough to satisfy those fortunate few. It’s therefore no surprise that the tuning industry for high-end exotics has exploded in the last decade and among the most respected companies in the field is Novitec.

Working its magic on vehicles from Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Rolls-Royce and McLaren through a number of distinct division, the German tuner doesn’t understand the word ‘quit’ and this Aventador SV Roadster is the perfectly example of that.

While the 750 hp behemoth would be more than enough for most, Novitec Torado has supercharged the 6.5-liter V12 so it now delivers 970 hp. Additionally, the mid-engine supercar has been draped in a host of custom aerodynamic parts, including a redesigned rear wing and different side skirts.

As with any tuner car, a set of bespoke wheels from Vossen complete the modifications and create what is surely one of the craziest cars with a Raging Bull badge.


  • Blade t

    Can barely see the car in those pics….

    • SomeRandomCommenter

      That might not be a bad thing

    • salamOOn

      yeah, but it looks soooo stealthy and cool…… NOT.

  • eb110americana

    Not that 750 isn’t a ridiculous amount of horsepower already, but these days 600+ has become standard practice for exotics. It’s nuts that by adding a healthy 220 horses, this Lambo is now competing with LaFerraris, P1s, and 918s. And it probably does it for less than $1mil too.

    • Six_Tymes

      good points

    • fabri99

      I was thinking the same, I’d love to see a comparison… Is P1 performance really that expensive? Can I get the same for half the price? Interesting…

    • Infinite1

      It’s not a bad thing, rivals and tuning companies are all trying compete with one another selling their cars to car lovers alike. It’s just plenty of options and doors opened as far as owning cars and tuning them are concerned.

  • Bash

    Love it

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