Listen to the amazing sounds of the Lamborghini Aventador

Recently, we showed the Maserati MC12, a supercar from 2004 strutting on a frozen lake in St. Moritz, Switzerland.

YouTuber TheTFJJ seems to have traveled well, as this time in the UK for a car meet, exchanging the quaint mountain resort for an overcast day in a barn – but the cars are world-class.

In the short video, two Lamborghini Aventador Supercars are on display, both very similar; But there are some differences between the two if you look closely enough.

Below we’ll see if we can distinguish between the two cars and how they sound in the real world.

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Lamborghini Aventador SV and SVJ steal the show

Here in the parking lot there are not one, but two Lamborghini Aventadors – the SV in red and the SVJ in black.

First to leave, the SV looks great as it maneuvers out of the club and accelerates away quietly, with no full throttle on display yet.

We can only guess that the owner’s name is “OLLY.” Judging from the personal registration plate, the European supercar seems to have no trouble capturing the attention of the assembled public.

Lamborghini’s Aventador Series comes in many flavors, but the Superveloce and Superveloce Jota are both impressive machines – power comes in the form of a 6.5-liter V12 in both cars, but the newer SVJ version, which is a more extreme version, has 759 horsepower over the SV’s 740 hp and higher torque at 531 lb-ft compared to 509 lb-ft in the SV.

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For presence, sound, and sheer power, the Lamborghini SVJ Is King

The camera passes the black SVJ up close, allowing us to closely inspect the body panels, the honeycomb intake in front of the rear wheels, and the massive brake discs, the latter in bright orange.

This is not a car that will help you blend into any crowd nor is it for the frugal buyer; The starting price for a new Aventador SVJ today would set you back close to $500,000 which might make you want to keep it in the garage as an investment, but this car is dirty and drives like it should.

Lamborghini’s 7-speed automatic transmission sometimes gets a bad name, but it’s undeniable that the sound the car makes as it exits the parking lot and full speeds on a British country road is nothing short of magical.

It looks just like an F1 car, and it probably should be: It’s a hardcore race car for the road, and we’re glad someone decided to let it stretch its legs.

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