Lamborghini revealed details about a new atmospheric track supercar, which will be released in limited edition. YouTube channel the sports division of Lamborghini Squadra Corse has placed thirty-second spot that demonstrates the major plans for future special version.
According to the teaser, Lamborghini racing will be quite different from the “road” Aventador: the car will receive the original appearance, and will lose the usual optics, will get a special aerodynamic body kit with air intake on the roof, a huge front splitter and rear wing complex.
Similar to the SVJ 63 special version of the Aventador, Lamborghini track will get the labels “63” on the body in honor of 1963, the year of Foundation of the company. In addition, the novelty will get high-performance Brembo braking system, racing low-profile Pirelli tires and special wheels with “formulary” mount with one Central nut.
It is expected that the racing model will be called Aventador SVR. Under the bonnet of the flagship model will place forced up to 830 horsepower 6.5-liter atmospheric V12. Place a 7-speed robotic gearbox ISR, familiar to a “civil” the Aventador is a six-speed sequential transmission Xtrac. In addition, the track car will receive a new limited-slip mechanical differential.
Premiere racing “Aventador” will be held in 2020. Insiders claim that the release is limited to 40 copies, and the first customers will receive a racing car not earlier than 2021. At the Geneva motor show Lamborghini chief engineer Maurizio Reggiani suggested that extreme Aventador might be the last supercar in the brand’s history with atmoterm V12.
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