Here's Why The Lamborghini Aventador SV Would Destroy The Ferrari F12tdf

Supercar

Some Italians are simply better than others.

It’s not quite a hypercar on par with the likes of, say, a Koenigsegg or Pagani, but it’s definitely more than your so-called average supercar. Today is 2017 Lamborghini Aventador SV day and, needless, to say, we’ve fallen hard for the 740 hp and 509 lb-ft of torque fighting bull. Remember, the SV is more powerful than the standard Aventador, which produces an also impressive 691 ponies. Lamborghini engineers managed to suck out the extra power by adding a freer-flowing exhaust and new engine calibrations.

What you may also not know about the Aventador SV is that it’s the first production car to utilize Lamborghini’s Carbon Skin material, the lightest available and it also happens to be flexible and robust; the inner roof and parts of the cockpit are covered in this stuff.

You Might Also Like
10 Cars That Started Life As Race Cars
10 Cars That Started Life As Race Cars
Weekly Craigslist Hidden Treasure: 1990 Dodge Daytona Shelby
Weekly Craigslist Hidden Treasure: 1990 Dodge Daytona Shelby

Aerodynamics have also been optimized by 150 percent and there’s 170 percent greater downforce over the standard Aventador. The interior? The closest thing to a stealth fighter jet you’ll ever experience. So what does compete directly against the Aventador SV? Honestly, not much. One particular car immediately came to mind, the Ferrari F12 tdf. Special thanks to Los Gatos Luxury Cars for letting us film the car.

Fake Lamborghini Murcielago SV Reverse-Engineered By Iran

The Chinese couldn’t have done it better.

Hennessey Trackhawk Is World's Quickest SUV

That's what a thousand horsepower will do for ya.

5 Things You Need To Know About The 2019 BMW X5

After driving the car for the first time, here are our key takeaways.

Watch The BMW M2 Competition Lap The Ring In 7:52

That was supercar territory not long ago.

Kim Jong-un Gets Classy With New Ride

So much for sanctions.

Drifting A 1,000-HP Corvette On Mountain Roads Takes Some Serious Skill

Thought drifting the entire Nurburgring was challenging? Try it in a 1,000-hp Corvette on a mountain road with no safety rails.

Hennessey Heritage Edition Ford Truck Makes More Power Than Anything You’ve Got

This crazy beast is even more powerful than the Ford GT.

Ford Imagines A Future With No Traffic Lights

Stopping at junctions could be a thing of the past in the future.

What's Hot

Related Cars

Starting MSRP
$417,650

Related Reviews