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Aventador SVJ



    


REAL EMOTIONS SHAPE THE FUTURE »

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 Coupé. 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 Coupé. Real emotions shape the future.


   
 

EMOTION »

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
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EXTERIOR DESIGN »

Ultra-lightweight materials conceived for maximum performance give rise to breathtaking design: that's what makes the new Aventador SVJ Coupé 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.

View the images of the Aventador SVJ 63 in the gallery

 
  


INTERIOR »

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
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DRIVING DYNAMICS
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Each of the systems at work inside Lamborghini vehicles is a masterpiece of engineering and technology. And the Aventador SVJ Coupé is the first Lamborghini to incorporate all the best technologies ever developed by the company. The lateral vehicle dynamics is controlled by a steering system that acts on all four wheels via Lamborghini Dynamic Steering (LDS) and Lamborghini Rear-wheel Steering (LRS), aided by the use of active torque distribution between the front and rear axles (4WD) and aero torque vectoring (ALA). The vertical vehicle dynamics is managed by the Lamborghini Magneto-rheological suspension (LMS) and the active aerodynamics. Finally, the longitudinal dynamics relies on the four-wheel drive system (4WD), the integrated traction control and the new operative logics of the ABS. The LDVA 2.0 system combines all the information gathered through the car's inertial platform, and determines in real time the optimal settings for any driving condition. The result is perfect performance, absolutely safe and always compelling.


ALA

Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva 2.0 Lamborghini's patented ALA system has been developed to an enhanced level for the Aventador SVJ, now the ALA 2.0, including new optimized air inlet and aero channel designs. The system has been re-calibrated taking into account the enhanced vehicle's lateral accelerations. The ALA system actively varies aero load to achieve high downforce or low drag, depending on dynamic conditions. Electronically-actuated motors open or close active flaps in the front splitter and on the engine bonnet that steer the air-flow, front and rear.  
 


4 WHEEL STEERING


The new Aventador SVJ offers a unique combination of the active steering system (Lamborghini Dynamic Steering) and the rear steering system (Lamborghini Rear-wheel Steering), ensuring top-of-the-line dynamic performance.  The LDS system adapts to the speed and the selected driving mode, moving between direct steering and a more indirect mode, while the LRS system manages the rear steering axle by means of two electromechanical actuators. Thanks to this system, at low speeds the rear axle steers in the opposite direction of the front axle, generating a virtual reduction of the wheelbase that translates into greater agility and unrivaled performance around corners. At high speed, instead, the two axles rotate in parallel, resulting in a virtual increase of the wheelbase, to ensure full control of the vehicle and excellent stability.  
 


4 ACTIVE SUSPENSION

The new Aventador SVJ features magneto-rheological front and rear shock absorbers with pushrod system, which constantly modify the behavior of the suspensions according to the road conditions and the driving mode selected. In addition to compensating for roll and undesired movements of the vehicle's body, the system was designed specifically to work in concert with the Rear-wheel Steering, thus ensuring a perfect response in any type of condition and allowing ALA to maximize efficiency and downforce, maintaining a constant aerodynamic flow between the bottom of the vehicle and the ground.  
 

4 WHEEL DRIVE

The four-wheel drive system of the new Aventador SVJ was specifically optimized to work together with all the new active systems, in particular Rear-wheel Steering, whose stabilizing effect allows a high percentage of torque to be distributed to the rear wheels. This produces a sportier and more engaging experience at the wheel, without compromising on safety or ease of driving. Working in symbiosis with the car's other active systems, the four-wheel drive system allows for excellent performance and supreme driving pleasure even in situations involving poor grip. The torque distribution between the front and rear axles varies dynamically, in real time, depending on driving conditions, grip as well as the selected driving mode. Moreover, Aventador SVJ can count on a new generation of Pirelli PZero Corsa tires, conceived to take full advantage of the car's innovative systems thanks to improved grip and outstanding consistency, thus ensuring superior driving dynamics.  
 

4 DRIVING MODES

No matter what driving conditions you find yourself in, the new Aventador SVJ gives you full control thanks to the dynamic mode selector, which lets you optimize engine, transmission, drive, steering, suspensions, and stability control settings by choosing between STRADA, SPORT, CORSA and EGO MODE. This last option allows full customization of every individual setting, for the most personal driving experience ever achieved. By uncoupling the longitudinal, lateral and vertical dynamics, EGO mode makes it possible to obtain the vehicle's top performance at all times and in any condition.  
 

ENGINE

The indomitable V12 engine of Aventador SVJ stands out for its exceptional design and the advanced technology of its materials. Boasting 770 CV at 8,500 RPMs, and capable of accelerating from 0-100 km/h in 2.8 seconds, Aventador SVJ provides thrills unlike anything that has ever been experienced before.







   
 

TRANSMISSION

The ISR (Independent Shifting Rods) transmission ensures amazingly fast and exciting gear shifts. The design goal was simple: to create an extremely fast robotized transmission, capable of generating unique driving thrills. The ISR gearbox also offers two crucial advantages for the realization of a super sports car: extremely low weight and a size even smaller than a manual gearbox.





   
 

MONOCOQUE

The use of carbon fiber and its derivatives is among the characteristics that give the Aventador SVJ, entirely manufactured at Lamborghini's plant in Sant'Agata Bolognese, its phenomenal driving precision. The monocoque of the Aventador SVJ offers incredible weight reductions and, at the same time, unprecedented rigidity.






   
 


  
 
 



TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 
 ENGINE 
 Type // V12
 Maximum power // 770 HP @ 8,500 RPM
 Maximum torque // 531 lb ft @ 6,750 RPM
  
 PERFORMANCE 
 Top speed //218 mph
 Acceleration 0-62 mph // 2.8 s
  
 TRANSMISSION 
Type //4WD with Haldex generation IV

7 speed ISR, shifting characteristic depending on drive select mode
 


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PRESS RELEASE 
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  • The new generation of the iconic V12 Lamborghini flagship, limited to 900 units
  • Nürburgring-Nordschleife lap record for production cars: 6:44.97 minutes
  • New design features focused on aerodynamic performance
  • Naturally-aspirated V12 engine, 770 hp, four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering for technical supremacy
  • Lightweight materials, racing solutions and ALA 2.0 for best handling performance
  • 0-100km/h in 2.8 seconds, top speed over 350 km/h

Sant'Agata Bolognese/Monterey (CA), 23 August 2018 - Automobili Lamborghini unveils the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ in a worldwide premiere during Monterey Car Week in California at "The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering". The distillation of extraordinary design, groundbreaking technologies and the ultimate in handling, performance and driver enjoyment, the Aventador SVJ creates pure driving perfection, taking the concept of a super sports car to a new dimension.  

The new Aventador SVJ, where SV historically stands for Superveloce - meaning 'superfast' - takes the 'Jota' suffix, denoting its track and performance superiority: the Aventador SVJ has already claimed its position as the Nürburgring-Nordschleife production car record holder, completing the 20.6 km lap in just 6:44.97 minutes. Production is limited to 900 units.  

A special edition, named SVJ 63, is exclusively unveiled on the concept lawn at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. It pays homage to Lamborghini's founding year of 1963: produced in a unique configuration, it demonstrates the rich use of carbon fiber and is made in an additional limited number of just 63.  

"The Aventador SVJ is an innovative car and represents the absolute pinnacle of our super sports car product range," said Automobili Lamborghini Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Stefano Domenicali. "The challenge to Lamborghini designers and engineers was to improve the purest essence of the Lamborghini super sports car, drawing on every inspiration from a space ship to a jet fighter: all the most exceptional examples of super-fast, super-athletic, aerodynamic superiority. The Aventador SVJ takes another step into the future, shaping the potential for super sports car development."  


Improved performance in all aspects  

The Aventador SVJ's Nürburgring-Nordschleife lap record is living proof of its benchmarking performance. With its optimized power plant making it the most powerful series production V12-engined car produced to date by Lamborghini, the SVJ features an increase in power to 770 hp (566 kW) at maximum 8,500 rpm. The SVJ outputs 720 Nm of torque at 6,750 rpm, while a dry weight of just 1,525 kg gives the SVJ a weight-to-power ratio of 1.98 kg/hp. The SVJ accelerates from standing to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds and from 0 to 200 km/h in 8.6 seconds.  A top speed of more than 350 km/h is complemented by a braking distance of 100 km/h to 0 in 30 meters.  

The Aventador SVJ is, however, more than a super sports car achieving the top numbers. The development philosophy of the Aventador SVJ and its very essence in terms of design, aerodynamic technologies and efficiency, weight-to-power as well as performance, is to create a demanding driver's perfect car.  


The Aventador SVJ - designed for aerodynamic supremacy  

Every feature of the Aventador SVJ resonates its aerodynamic prowess: the SVJ is significantly enhanced in appearance compared to the Aventador S, with every facet of its 'form follows function' design a reminder of its raison d'être on road and track: innovate to be the best. The main goal in design was a significant downforce improvement compared to the previous Aventador SV: +40% on both axles with an improved drag coefficient -1%.  

From the front the car is wider: a new front bumper with integrated side fins features a new air intake and highlights the inclusion of Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva (ALA), Lamborghini's patented active aerodynamics technologies.  

The disconnected front splitter continues the impression of a floating component, while providing a channel for airflow. A tri-dimensional air outlet on the hood directs airflow, improves both drag and downforce, and clearly alludes to the aerodynamic purpose of the SVJ's design. The upper body aerodynamic optimization has contributed 70% to the total downforce improvement in the SVJ over the SV.  

The SVJ's rocker is entirely new, adopting the 'Y' theme found in Lamborghini cars while also resembling shapes found in jet fighters. The bigger side air intakes and the new front side fins reduce drag and improve overall cooling. An improved underbody aero design with vortex generators works in conjunction with front diffusers and a new, extreme-design rear diffuser, together with divergent fins, contributes 30% to the total downforce improvement.  

The rear wing of the SVJ has been designed for best aerodynamic efficiency, based on a new air foil; an optimized ALA 2.0 system; and side winglets to reduce turbulence while providing high downforce on the straight as well as in high speed corners.  

At the rear of the car the position of the high-mounted naked exhaust resembles those found on extreme motorbikes, as well as saving weight due to its proximity to the engine: the exhaust system itself is also lighter. The Omega-shape rear bumper incorporates a massive new diffuser that contributes to downforce, while a new high-mounted rear wing is produced entirely in carbon fiber with its integrated ALA system.   

The new rear engine bonnet has been redesigned for the SVJ: it is made from lightweight carbon fiber and removable via quick release clips in a reference to motor racing. It also adopts the 'Y' theme that reveals the updated V12 power plant below, while accenting the car's high performance characteristics. Super-light 'Nireo' aluminum rims are designed specifically for the SVJ, saving weight and contributing to the extreme dynamism of the car. Optional 'Leirion' aluminum rims with 'Y' and hexagonal details are also available. The Italian flag detail on the side wing is a reminder of the Lamborghini's Italian super sports car heritage.  


Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva 2.0  

Lamborghini's patented ALA system was first seen on the Huracán Performante, and has been developed to an enhanced level for the Aventador SVJ, now ALA 2.0, including new optimized air inlets and aero channel designs. The system has been re-calibrated taking into account the enhanced vehicle's lateral accelerations.  

The ALA system actively varies aero load to achieve high downforce or low drag, depending on dynamic conditions. Electronically-actuated motors open or close active flaps in the front splitter and on the engine bonnet that steer the air-flow, front and rear.  

Utilizing Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Attiva 2.0 (LDVA 2.0) with improved inertial sensors that govern all the car's electronic systems in real time, the ALA system flaps are activated in less than 500 milliseconds to ensure the best aerodynamic set-up of the car in every driving condition. When ALA is off, the active flaps are closed, generating the desired high downforce for high speed cornering and full brake conditions. When ALA switches to 'on' the front flaps are opened, reducing air pressure on the front spoiler and directing air flow via an inner channel and through the specially-shaped vortex generators on the underside of the car. This drastically reduces drag and optimizes conditions for maximum acceleration and top speed.  

When ALA is off the rear flaps are also closed, allowing the rear wing to act as a traditional fixed wing. Stability is enhanced in high speed cornering and full braking by creating maximum vertical downforce. When ALA is 'on' the flaps on the engine bonnet open in order to stall the wing for improved drag in high speed conditions.  

In addition, the rear wing's inner air channel is split right and left, allowing aero vectoring for high speed cornering. Depending on the direction of the turn, the LDVA 2.0 instructs ALA to be switched on in either the right or left side of the wing, increasing downforce and traction on the inner wheel and counteracting the load transfer in rolling conditions. This in turn optimizes the chassis' momentum, requiring a reduced steering angle and improving the car's overall dynamic stability. The aero vectoring technology in the SVJ has been further developed to improve the aero-loading effects on the inner wheel by 30% compared to the original system.  


Engineering technology  

The enhanced powertrain features a new titanium intake valve with a new-shape intake runner and length, with a modified intake cylinder head duct for higher flow coefficient. The new, lightweight exhaust system reduces backpressure as well as producing the most emotive sound, and the optimized seven-speed Independent Shifting Road (ISR) gearbox has been calibrated for the car's increased performance in terms of both power and torque.  

The Aventador SVJ's vertical, lateral and longitudinal dynamics have been re-engineered in LDVA 2.0, with algorithms fully integrated within ALA 2.0 to reflect the exceptional downforce generated and optimize performance: the result of significant R&D investment and collaboration with the CFD team.  

The SVJ's suspension has been reworked, providing higher mechanical and aerodynamic grip. Anti-roll bar stiffness has been improved by 50% compared to the Aventador SV, compensating against roll and improving aero efficiency. A higher damping force range, increased by 15% over the SV, and Lamborghini's Magneto Rheological Suspension (LMS) has been recalibrated to improve body and wheel control with a focus on track performance.  

The Aventador SVJ's rear-wheel steering (LRS) is further engineered to exploit the aero load in every environment, providing exceptional stability in high speed conditions and improving agility in cornering to enhance average speed in all dynamic conditions.   

The Aventador SVJ's steering has also been developed to provide the feedback demanded in high-performance track and racing environments. The rebalanced power steering reflects the specific aero load and tires, and the Lamborghini Dynamic Steering (LDS) is recalibrated to further improve steering precision and natural feedback.   

The Lamborghini SVJ's four-wheel drive system has improved torque split to maximize traction and agility, with the higher stability of the SVJ allowing a further 3% of torque to be sent to the rear axle compared to the SV. The rear-wheel steering has been developed to further improve the car's stability while reducing braking distances, particularly in combined braking/turning conditions such as high speed cornering. ESC has been enhanced for improved cornering and driver experience in extreme handling conditions, and ABS has been specifically tuned for the improved grip provided by the tires and ALA system.  

New Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires have been specifically developed, according to Lamborghini's brief for the SVJ: the tires provide higher vertical stiffness to accommodate the SVJ's higher downforce, as well as provide a high grip level to enhance overall vehicle performance.  Featuring a specific tread design, the tires are designed to optimize performance on both road and track. Optional street-legal Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires can be mounted specifically for track use.  


A driver's car  

The Aventador SVJ is a driver-focused car, developed to maximize the union between driver and car in the most extreme road and track conditions and ensure the most rewarding experience.  

With Lamborghini's three driving modes, Strada, Sport and Corsa, as well as the EGO option allowing the driver to further customize his preferences for car set-up, the cockpit features Kombi graphics on the TFT digital dashboard display as well as showing live status of the ALA functions.  

The Navigation System and Infotainment System including AppleCarPlay come as an option free of charge, allowing the cockpit's occupants to manage voice activated communications and entertainment from personal Apple devices.   

The Lamborghini telemetry system is an optional specification: recording lap times and track performance as well as trip data, the telemetry system is especially appealing to the owner who wants to take his car on track.  

The interior specification of the Aventador SVJ is virtually limitless through Lamborghini's Ad Personam customization program.  


Price of the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ and market delivery  

The first customers will take delivery of the new Lamborghini Aventador SVJ at the beginning of 2019 with suggested retail prices as follows:   

USA: USD 517,770.00 (GGT Included)

Europe: EUR 349,116.00 (Taxes Excluded )
UK: GBP 291,667.00 (Taxes Excluded )
China: RMB 7,559,285.00 (Taxes Included)
Japan:  YEN 51,548,373.00 (Taxes Excluded )

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