12 June 2015
Review

The Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV is a rare car with some impressive numbers. The 740bhp V12 engine gets from 0-62mph in 2.8sec, has a top speed in excess of 217mph and costs just over £320,000. There will only be 600 of them sold, and Matt Prior has taken one of the few out onto Barcelona’s Catalunya circuit to see whether it is as fast as the numbers, and the name, suggest. 

Read our full review of the Lamborghini Aventado LP750-4 SV

Read our full story on the SV, including a Q&A with Maurizio Reggiani, head of research and development at Lamborghini

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16 June 2015
If you really want to see what this car can do, watch this video on YouTube: cp-KRcEpQEM

 

I'm a disillusioned former Citroëniste.

16 June 2015
...hitting the goldilocks zone when things gel. And it becomes more than a sum of it's parts. Hopefully once the limited production run is over, the changes shall filter to the base car.

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