Lamborghini Aventador SVJ declassified before its debut

The first image of the new Lamborghini supercar was published in a matter of hours before the public debut at the Elegance Competition in Pebble Beach. This picture can be considered quite reliable, considering that it appeared on the Instagram page of the official Lamborghini dealer in the UK – H.R. Owen.

So far, Lamborghini has detailed a few areas of the Aventador SVJ after the supercar smashed the Nürburgring lap record for production cars in July. Upon setting a 6:44.97 lap time (and ousting Porsche in the process), Top Gear published a drive report where we learned that the car’s 6.5-liter V-12 engine makes 760 horsepower and 531 pound-feet of torque. The figures are up 20 hp and 22 lb-ft over the Aventador SV.

The photo plus previous teaser shots released by Lamborghini give us a clear look at the modifications made to the Aventador’s exterior for the SVJ. Clearly visible is the new front fascia, rear wing, and the rear deck’s intake. Of course, you will still have to wait for photos with the rear and side profile of the car, but there will surely be new aerodynamic elements. The company has long been informed that the novelty uses the latest version of the aerodynamic system Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva (ALA), which allows you to change the airflow around the car, adjusting downforce depending on the situation on the road, so now it remains to see all this in action (ALA first appeared on the coupe Huracan Performante, and then – on the equivalent Spyder).

So far, Lamborghini has detailed a few areas of the Aventador SVJ after the supercar smashed the Nürburgring lap record for production cars in July. Upon setting a 6:44.97 lap time (and ousting Porsche in the process), Top Gear published a drive report where we learned that the car’s 6.5-liter V-12 engine makes 760 horsepower and 531 pound-feet of torque. The figures are up 20 hp and 22 lb-ft over the Aventador SV.

Now we have to wait only for the official debut of one of the fastest cars in the world and confirm, refute or supplement the existing information.