2016 Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce Review – Bare Bones, No Fuss, No Frills, All Mad Italian Bull

When Lamborghini launches a new model, it’s only a matter of time until we see special variants of their wedge-shaped supercars, it’s not just your typical trim and body style variants but specially-made performance tuned variants; one such example is the 2016 Lamborghini AventadorSuperveloce. The 2016 Aventador Superveloce has a higher price tag than the regular Aventador but with a stripped-bare interior and a more powerful engine.

2016 Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce Review - Bare Bones, No Fuss, No Frills, All Mad Italian Bull

The 2016 Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce Boasts Incredible Power and Speed

The outside is a more aggressive looking 2016 Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce with the signature SV contrast trim of colored and black parts and don’t forget the huge rear wing for extra downforce to push down those rear wheels that do most of the work when accelerating. Another big change is under the hood, the 6.5liter V12 is equipped with a much freer-flowing exhaust making for a louder sound signature and scarier roar that will either make kids cry in terror or in pure happiness because of the sound it makes. The engine produces a whopping 740hp and is mated to a 7 speed automatic transmission with paddle shifts. The specific model is LP750-4 which translates to longitudinal engine, 750 horses (weird because the actual output is 740) and 4 wheel drive.

On the inside the interior is largely the same as a base Aventador but is stripped of its carpet, sound deadening some leather, everything you see is bare carbon fiber; talk about no frills. Another change is the all yellow instrument cluster to make it easier to see while you’re busy maintaining composure should you choose to look at your triple digit speeds. The seats are replaced with carbon fiber shells and lack major compliance adjustments such as height which makes it a problem if you don’t fit in the seats. Obviously the 2016 Aventador Superveloce is a two seater and don’t even think about luggage space, it’s not that there’s no room for it, it’ll just be dead weight; weight reduction bruh.

Driving the Aventador SV is an absolute thrill ride. The supercar when being pushed to its limits show no signs of working hard to reach it, it also has no clue that it’s already trying to kill you. At 217 pounds less than the regular Aventador, the SV can be extremely agile but there’s one problem; you can only properly utilize it on track. The SV is too big (long and wide) and too fast to be driven to the limits on open roads.

The 2016 Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce has the looks, immaculate stability, insanely powerful; its overkill. However, its steering lacks precise feedback, inherits the Aventador’s poor visibility, despite the shaved weight, still heavy for a supercar; maybe the Superleggera will solve this. It is meant as a track day special first than your cross country rocket, the Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce is a super-fast, and super expensive thrill ride.

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