There’s just something about seeing fast cars in such a serene environment. It’s even a good metaphor for life—when your workweek sends tasks flying at you at the speed of light, chill out and remember that even fast things can be serene.
We’re huge “fans” of Mansory here at Jalopnik, but our company bank account is unfortunately not as huge as prominent London billionaire James Stunt’s. That’s why he has a 830 horsepower Mansory Aventador J.S.1 Edition, and we don’t.
Last month, we caught the first glimpse of what was probably the world’s first Lamborghini Aventador Roadster fire in Dubai from cell phone shots and a faraway video. Now, we have a much better look at how this went down, and it ain’t pretty.
This is the brand new Lamborghini Aventador SV, and it is a Good Car™. Watch it go vroom vroom in a video so good, it almost feels NSWF:
Nobody in the history of the universe dared to call the regular Lamborghini Aventador boring, but as it turns out, the SV version is much more than the sum of a big wing and weight savings of 110 pounds.
I sat down with Lamborghini's Head of Research and Development Maurizio Reggiani in Geneva to talk about V12s, SUVs, Audi R8s and the magnificent Asterion Concept from last year. And it seems like the Asterion is nowhere near the top of the list for Lamborghini to build.
This is the new Lamborghini Aventador 750-4 SV, the version with less weight and more power.
Here's the latest teaser from Lamborghini before all is revealed at the Geneva Motor Show. The Aventador SV, which has at least 750 horsepower, is being called "the most reactive car." What does that even mean?