Lamborghini still rock the car manufacturer's world as Lamborghini Aventador SV bags positive feedbacks from can enthusiasts all over the world, with its special feature of a rear-wheel driving system.
Lamborghini Aventador SV - for Superveloce, is a materialization of Lambo's promise to produce an aggressive, fighter-jet running and a road monster supercar. Characterized by its nurburgring lap time of six minutes and 59 seconds, Lamborghini Aventador SV has the power performance to get along with some hybrid hypercars. Amounting triple-high compared to the SV's £315,000, Lamborghini Aventador SV will bring you to a not so typical type of driving experience.
The Lamborghini Aventador SV is sharper and swifter than the standard Aventador. It is outfitted with the vast rear wing and contrasting styling elements. With this, the SV looks really incredible on the road. The Lamborghini Aventador SV single-clutch gearbox has been improved slightly for this installation, however the thinly padded bucket seats does not offer lower back support same as with the long distance comfort. Nevertheless, the SV is still a supercar that is so exciting to drive on the road.
A taken note for the Aventador SV owners, Lamborghini Aventador SV predecessor, the Murcielago SV, is now available on the market with its purchasing value close to £400,000. Five years ago they carried a list price of £270,000, which is really a high price for a super car.
Fitted to the Centenario, Lamborghini Aventador SV rear-wheel driving system is really an amazing and attention-seeking feature for a super car. In Lambo's unprepossessing Nürburgring bunker, an SV fitted with RWS has four full wheels each full control.
Lamborghini Aventador SV rear-wheel sytem is again another feature that mark Lamborghini to be a leading super car mother of all times.