Geneva may have had the stunning Huracan Performante and as remarkable as it was (and still is) we were left wanting something else, something more extreme. That day may be soon upon us as spy photographers have snapped up a hardcore version of the Aventador or as it’s commonly referred to as, the Lamborghini Aventador SV J.
The enhanced version of the already insane Aventador S is decked out with a new front splitter, centre lock wheels, enlarged rear fixed wing and exhaust outlets that stick out higher up.
It’s possible the Lamborghini Aventador SV J will be a limited production similar to that of the Aventador which was capped at 600 units worldwide. As this new variant is out of the illustrious Jota series which also happens to include the Diablo Jota which was limited 28 units, the original Miura Jota and Aventador J both of which were one-offs.
What drives the Lamborghini Aventador SV J?
Lamborghini is keeping a tight lip on what drives the vehicle although it’s safe to assume the 6.5-litre V12 will return and could pump out a whopping 800 horsepower. It’s worth noting the model spotted during testing has a fixed roof which all but confirms a coupe is on the way, but it’s most likely to be joined by a convertible further down the line.
The Lamborghini Aventador SV J should make its global debut later this year and we’ll be waiting.