The future is unknown. It is a journey, an adventure. And above all, it is a challenge.
Lamborghini has never shied away from challenges, which is precisely why it created the new Aventador SVJ. To combine cutting-edge technology with extraordinary design, without ever coming to compromises.
In a future driven by technology, it’s easy to lose track of emotions. But in the future we are shaping, real emotions won’t be left behind. Because at the wheel, there will always be a person.
Aventador SVJ. Real emotions shape the future
The Lamborghini driving experience isn’t easy to put into words: a stupefying mix of exceptional performance, groundbreaking technology and perfect aerodynamics.
Yet there is one more element that is utterly indispensable for the future we envision: real emotions. The vehicle’s impeccable dynamics and the outstanding performance of the new 770 CV naturally-aspirated V12 engine combine with the mastery of a superior design, in which prized and exclusive materials forge a symbiosis with the car’s ultra-lightweight body. Because the future we have in mind can only exist when uncompromising aesthetic perfection meets unparalleled performance and thrill-inducing aerodynamics.
Ultra-lightweight materials conceived for maximum performance give rise to breathtaking design:
that’s what makes the new Aventador SVJ unique and unrivaled.
Enhanced aerodynamic profiles, a fully redesigned front, larger side skirts, the omega-shaped rear wing and lighter, higher exhaust outlets are implanted into the featherlight carbon fiber chassis, which is equipped with wisely-distributed air intakes that are both different and larger than on any previous model. Lightness and performance in constant pursuit of each other.
With its unique colour and trim, the SVJ 63 special edition emphasizes the abundance of carbon fiber in the design. This limited edition of only 63 vehicles was produced to mark Lamborghini’s founding year of 1963. Watch the images of the Aventador SVJ 63 in the gallery
The technological look of carbon fiber – featured in the monocoque which forms the cockpit and recurring in the doors, seats, central tunnel and console – coexists with a design of clear aeronautical inspiration, while the leather and Alcantara® upholstery add a boldly exclusive touch to the luxurious interiors.
Finally, the exquisite cross-stitching details and notable presence of the SVJ internal plate confer a truly unique character to this new gem of engineering and highly-refined aesthetics.
Type: V12, 60°, MPI
Displacement: 6498 cc
Bore X Stroke: Ø 95 mm x 76,4 mm
Compression Ratio: 11.8 ± 0.2
Max. Power: 566 kW (770 CV) at 8.500 rpm
Max. Torque: 720 Nm at 6.750 rpm
Weight-to-Power Ratio: 1,98 kg/C
Lubrication: Dry sump
Emission Control System: EURO 6 – LEV 3
Transmission Type: 4WD with Haldex generation IV
Gearbox: 7 speed ISR, shifting characteristic depending on drive select mod
Max. Speed: >350 km/h
Acceleration 0–100 KM/H (0–62 MPH: 2,8 seconds
Braking: 30 m
Chassis: Carbon fiber monocoque with aluminium front and rear frames
Body: Carbon fiber engine bonnet, fixed side air inlets, aluminium front bonnet, fenders and doors; new rocker cover with increased air inlets. New front and rear lightweight bumper. New front diffuser and fixed spoiler with ALA system including aero-vectoring
External Mirrors: Heated, electrically adjustable and foldable external mirrors
Aerodynamics: New Ala 2.0 Active Aerodynamic with aero-vectoring
Rims – Front: 9”J X 20” H2 ET32.2
Rims – Rear: 13”JX21” H2 ET 66.7
Tires – Front: New Pzero Corsa 255/30 ZR 20 92Y
Tires – Rear: New Pzero Corsa 355/25 ZR 21 107Y
Control Systems: Electronic Stability Control (ABS and TCS integrated)
Suspension Type: Push rod magneto-rheologic active front and rear suspension with horizontal dampers and springs
Suspension Geometry: Aluminium double-wishbone fully independent front and rear suspension
Steering System: LDS (Lamborghini Dynamic Steering) with variable steering ratio
Steering Type: Hydraulic assisted power steering
Airbags: Front dual stage driver airbag and front adaptive passenger airbag; seats with side “head-thorax” airbags; knee airbags in selected markets
Passive Safety: Front and rear specific collapsible areas; side protection system
Active Safety: Electronic Stability Control (ABS and TCS integrated)