2016 Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV Review
Motor Trend - There have been several big, mid-engined, V-12 Lamborghinis over the years. Starting with the sinfully gorgeous Miura, through to spaceship-looking, brand defining Countach, to the sinister Diablo, to the origamiish Murcilelago, to the modern day Aventador, they’ve all been loud, sexy, attention-garnering beasts. But have they been any good to drive? Honestly? No, not especially. Not in the driver’s car sense of the word. Well friends, meet the latest Lambo Superveloce on this week’s episode of Ignition presented by Tire Rack. Power is up, weight is down, and key handling bits are all new. Does the red monster live up to its name, which literally translates to “super fast?” Watch as Jonny Lieberman finds out!
EVO - Jethro Bovingdon tests Lamborghini's track-focused Aventador SV
The Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 Superveloce. 740bhp, a naturally aspirated V12 engine, even more outrageous styling and only the fourth SV in Lamborghini's history. Matt Prior takes us round Barcelona's Catalunya circuit in a one lap blast to see whether it really is "super fast" like the translation dictates.
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