These are our favorite features in the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ

After pushing production car aerodynamics to the limits for several years with the incredible Aventador, Lamborghini, as always, felt it could do even better. Hence, a more brutal version of the supercar was released in 2018, called the Aventador SVJ. Meaning ‘Super Veloce Jota’, the Aventador SVJ is beefed up for tracks, even putting a new production cycle around the Nürburgring in 2018.
Jumping from rest to 62 mph in just 2.8 seconds and with a top speed of over 219 mph, the Nürburgring’s achievement can be better understood. The roadster version quickly followed a year later, and at an initial price that could derail the financial budget of some third world countries, Lamborghini Aventador SVJ is owned only by the rich. But we saw this beast running on the road, and these features left us dumbfounded.

9 Engine and transmission

We can’t help but love the powertrain on the Aventador SVJ. It’s massive. Powered by the same 6.5-liter L539 V12 engine found in all Aventandors, the SVJ is tuned to produce a whopping 759 horsepower at 8,500 rpm and 531 pound-feet of torque at 6750 rpm.

The 7-speed Independent transmission (ISR) handles power distribution through quick, exhilarating gearshifts. It is worth mentioning that the ISR system helps the sports car through its light weight and small size.
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8 the interior

There is a great feeling that comes with sitting in the cockpit of the Aventador SVJ. The atmospheric inspiration behind the interior design is quite evident. As evidenced by the monocoque, carbon fiber is a big part of the Aventador SVJ’s design, and it shows up on the seats and doors as well as the center tunnel and console.

The supercar’s luxurious interior is further complemented by its leather and Alcantara upholstery, while detailed cross-stitching and a unique SVJ Plague accentuate its cool look.

7 Driving modes

The Aventador SVJ has been optimized to give the driver complete control regardless of the driving conditions. This is achieved with the integrated Dynamic mode selector that allows optimizing settings for the engine, drive, transmission, steering and stability control just by selecting the Strada, Sport, Corsa or Ego mode.

Notably, these settings are fully customizable for a personalized driving experience that is ever achievable in an Aventador SVJ with the Ego mode.

6 ALA 2.0

Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva (ALA) is the Aventador’s best performance secret, now optimized for the SVJ version. Hence it is called ALA 2.0. The system integrates newly designed air ducts and air duct designs that help effectively vary the aerodynamic load, to create low drag or high downforce on the vehicle, depending on the vehicle’s motion conditions.

Active flaps on the bonnet and front splitter open or close electronically to achieve peak airflow in the front and rear sections.
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5 active comment

Lamborghini demonstrates its superior production expertise by designing the Aventador SVJ suspension systems. Impressively, the magneto-rheological fluid has been deployed in the construction of the supercar’s shock absorbers along with drivetrains that alter the character of the suspension systems in accordance with the driving mode and terrain chosen.

While neutralizing unnecessary vehicle motion, the system also works with ALA 2.0 to deliver maximum aerodynamic efficiency, allowing for a smooth, continuous aerodynamic flow between the ground and the body of the SVJ.

4 4 wheel drive

Four-wheel steering is simply the ability of all the wheels of a vehicle to steer. This provides improved cornering stability, faster response, and allows for spinning at lower speeds. The Aventador SVJ has Active Steering (Lamborghini Dynamic Steering) and Rear Steering (Lamborghini Rear Wheel Steering).

With an LCD display, the system synchronizes the selected drive mode and speed, while the LRS uses electromechanical actuators, all for high dynamic performance.

3 4 wheel drive

Lamborghini has deployed all-wheel drive in the Aventador SVJ along with rear-wheel steering. Highly effective in maximizing performance in areas of poor stability, in the all-wheel drive system, torque is dynamically distributed between the front and rear axles in relation to the driving conditions and the selected driving mode.

Furthermore, the Aventador SVJ’s active driver assistance system has been improved by adopting the all-new Pirelli P Zero Corsa tire design.
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2 body and chassis

The body is the Aventador SVJ’s most visible part, and Lamborghini didn’t miss the opportunity to make a statement. Starting with a somewhat hidden section, Lamborghini made extensive use of carbon fiber in the construction of the monocoque, while the front and rear frames are made of aluminum.

The Aventador SVJ also features a carbon fiber hood, with aluminum front hood, doors and fenders. It also has a lightweight front and rear bumper with electronically controlled heated mirrors.

1 safety

There is a great sense of security in the Aventador SVJ, too. The supercar is equipped with impressive safety components such as the dual-stage driver’s front airbag and the front passenger adaptive airbag. That’s not all, the seats also have “head and chest” side airbags, while knee airbags are available in some markets.

Furthermore, the Aventador SVJ has a side protection system as part of the passive safety mechanism, while the electronic stability control system provides active safety.

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