2015 Lamborghini Aventador LP750 SV
That SV stands for Super Veloce, is all you really need to know about this very special Lamborghini Aventador. Designed to be the sportiest interpretation of the Aventador breed, this 2016 LP750 SV is one of just 600 built for worldwide consumption and at the time of its launch at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show was the fastest car Lamborghini had ever built.
The SV badge confers a range of weight-saving measures including carbon-fibre vents, bumpers, bonnet and spoilers, while also indicating a raft of performance modifications. Those include Lamborghini’s magnetically-adjustable push-rod-actuated suspension, performance exhaust system and engine tweaks to liberate 552kW of power, or 750 horsepower (hence the LP750 tag). Inside, there’s Alcantara with the factory Grigio Chronus branding package while the stealth treatment also extends to the black alloy wheels and brake calipers.
Sub 7 'Ring
The changes were enough to give the LP750 a zero to 100km/h time of 2.9 seconds and a top speed of better than 350km/h. But more than that, in 2015, the LP750 SV set a new production-car record for the legendary Nurburgring Nordschleife circuit with a sub-seven minute time (6.59:73).
ABS; Airbags for Driver and Passenger front and side; Electronic Stability and Traction Control; Electronic Brake Force distribution (EBD); Keyless start; Rain-sensing wipers; Tyre Pressure Monitoring; 20-inch alloy front wheels; 21-inch rear; Carbon composite Ceramic brakes with six-spot front calipers; Electronic damper settings; aluminium doors, bonnet and front guards; Bi-xenon headlamps. Source: Red Book.