Lamborghini Aventador SVJ record

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If 2015 Lamborghini Aventador LP's 750-4 He managed to lose the barrier 7 minutes and Nurburgring 2016 the Lamborghini Huracan performant achieved the record for a production vehicle maintained until September 2017, It is proof that the Italian manufacturer will not stop fighting to get new records.

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Nurburgring 2The last achieved by the brand new Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, before being presented and camouflage post, He has managed to stop the clock in 6:44.97 to achieve the record for fastest lap time in the Green Hell in terms of car production is concerned.

The new Italian supercar comes with overweening bravura, as usual in bulls. Responsible for managing the bravura is the official driver Marco Mapelli brand, which together with the R & D and brand Pirelli technicians have teamed up to success.

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Nurburgring1,98 is a number to take into account the SVJ, since it is the ratio of weight / power yields important to achieve such. very light materials that contribute to that 1,98 kg / hp thanks to a higher power propulsion system. They could not miss the exclusive SVJ aerodynamic elements combined with ALA Lamborghini patented system that allows active aerodynamic downforce that guarantees perfect handling right for super-sporty. Undoubtedly the result is incredible sensations.

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ 2As usual in this type of project, different systems of vehicles are redeveloped to improve performance, as the transmission system to 4 Wheel, suspension or steering. They certainly being overcome, and do well as the other competitors also are improving their cards.

Records continue to fall, and performance Lamborghini creations seem to keep rising, We see far.

Adrián Osés, Locos Engine.

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Author: Adrián Osés Motorsport enthusiast and Engineering, founder and editor of Mad Engine.