Remember, there were only six examples of the Miura P400 SV/J. Taking that into consideration, we wouldn’t be surprised if the Aventador version comes reaches something like $800,000, especially when the SV retailed for $493,095 back in 2015.
Lamborghini developed a lot of cool stuff for the, most notably the ALA advanced active aerodynamics, which react way faster than a hydraulic wing ever could.
But in our opinion, the car didn’t look all that cool. We have no such issues with the SV Jota, which has an even distribution of insane elements. If you took away the wheels, we’d have no problem believing this is a spaceship from Blade Runner 2049.
Nostrils at the front suggest active aero is part of the equation, but the air scoops on the side draw even more attention. And what about that gigantic rear wing with a center mounting point? Surely, that thing has to belong to the next king of the Nurburgring.
The rear reveals a new twin exhaust arrangement, similar to the Performante, as well as a massive diffuser. This isn’t the sort of car you’re supposed to take to the shops.
A new version of the 6.5-liter V12 engine could produce as much as 800 horsepower. We wouldn’t be surprised if they increase the displacement either. The famous ISR (independent shifting rod) single-clutch auto should also go through some kind of transformation.
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