Riviera MotorSports located in the Marina de Cascais is proud to present the 2021 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Coupe. The image in the advert is for representation purpose only and is not the actual vehicle. Images and supporting documents will be provided upon request.
In a world that has become heavily reliant on technology, the 2021 Lamborghini Aventador takes a more nostalgic look at things. The large Lambo is a triumphant tribute to supercars of old, with its flamboyant facade and vociferous V-12. The 730-plus-hp 6.5-liter engine that's mounted behind the driver is naturally aspirated and crowd pleasing, but the Aventador's automated-manual transmission can be clunky in traffic. This Italian exotic looks good in both coupe and convertible form, though the latter's top is cumbersome to remove. Despite its substantial girth, the Aventador is surprisingly athletic. The track-tuned SVJ model makes carving canyon roads or logging lap times even more exhilarating. The 2021 Aventador is hugely expensive and far from subtle, but it's a brilliant send-off to a soon-to-be-extinct breed of old-school supercars.
For 2021, the Aventador receives very minor updates. The S can now be equipped with forged Leirion wheels as well as an Arancio Dac center wheel lock. The SVJ now comes with a glovebox, and you can order the badge in exposed carbon fiber
In typical supercar fashion, the Aventador can be thoroughly customized and costs a small fortune. If our metaphorical pockets were deep enough, we'd spring for the top-of-the-line SVJ roadster. It's marginally heavier than the coupe that set a lap record at the Nürburgring Nordschleife, but it's considerably prettier. Plus, why spend more than half a million dollars on a V-12-powered exotic if you can't fully immerse yourself in its intoxicating soundtrack? The roadster enables that desire.
The Aventador powertrain hierarchy begins with a mid-mounted naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V-12 that develops 730 horsepower. The engine's 509 pound-feet of torque makes its way to the wheels via a seven-speed automated-manual transmission. This basic setup is shared among the three distinct variants, but the track-focused SVJ (which stands for Superveloce Jota) has various enhancements that unlock extra horsepower and torque
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