Luxury car dealer H.R. Owen has just provided the Internet with a first real look at the highly-anticipated Lamborghini Aventador SVJ.
In a post made on Instagram, and accompanied by the caption “not long to go until the official unveiling at Monterey Car Week; here’s an exclusive preview of the Aventador SVJ”, the dealer revealed the design of the supercar, and it looks quite authentic to us.
Compared to the Aventador S, the SVJ has a reworked front bumper with different air intakes and new apron, a couple of hood scoops and a large wing at the rear, made from carbon fiber. All of these feature Lamborghini’s Active Aerodynamics technology, which improves the downforce of the supercar.
A naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine, which is pretty much a signature of all Aventador models, is found in the new SVJ too, where it’s believed to develop some 770 PS (759 hp / 566 kW) – just 20 PS (20 hp / 15 kW) more than the Aventador SV, or 30 PS (30 hp / 22 kW) more than the Aventador S.
The bump in power might not seem like much, but combined with the active aerodynamics and other mechanical work made by the brand’s engineers, the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ should be an absolute beast on the track. In fact, it recently broke the Nurburgring lap record, with a time of 6:44.95, beating the Porsche 911 GT2 RS by more than 2 seconds.