Gallery: Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 Superveloce

For over 40 years, Lamborghini have subjected their range-topping V12 supercars to the ‘Superveloce' treatment. A range that includes everything from the legendary Muira SV to the outrageous Diablo SV, the very latest in this range is the extreme Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV.

Originally launched in 2015, the Aventador SV has now been with us for a little while. That said, it hasn’t become any less outrageous in both performance and aesthetic; wearing sharper styling, increased aerodynamics and a large rear wing, it’s certainly not one to go unnoticed.

In honour of the sensational Aventador SV, our Sytner Group Photographer was recently lucky enough to spend the day with one. Take a look at the stunning photos from the day below.

As the name suggests, the outrageous looking Aventador SV uses a 6.5-litre V12 to produce 750bhp that is fed to all-four wheels. Benefitting from an additional 40bhp when compared to the standard Aventador, this very special version is capable of reaching 62mph from a standstill in just 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 217mph.

Designed for all out performance, Aventador SV is lighter and more focused than its standard road-going sibling; subsequently featuring no end of carbon fibre elements and an interior that features little in the way of distraction. Completing the SV package perfectly, there’s also a revised sports exhaust that creates a glorious V12 symphony of which even Beethoven would be proud.

Fancy one? Sadly, the limited production run of the Aventador SV came to its close in July of last year. You can, however, click here to view our stunning Approved Used Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce stock.


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