SVJ Driving Symphony
Lamborghini refines its flagship Aventador by seeing the sharper SVJ Roadster, which is a limited edition of 800 pieces. The SVJ suffix recalls variants of the classic Miura P400 that were created in 1970 and 1971. Compared to the Aventador SV Roadster, the open-top SVJ has a new front fascia and doorsills with wider air intakes before the massive rear tires. The engine cover of carbon fiber is also unique and, of course, a clear panel affords a view of the 6.5-liter V-12 power plant, which now produces 770 hp.
This Lamborghini offers an all-encompassing, fully involved driving experience that left us tingling. And even though we didn’t wring out even half of its potential, we felt strangely proud. Only a few will ever drive one. We did just that, experiencing the precise responses and the overpowering ones, too. Sitting behind the wheel of the SVJ Roadster is like finding the fourth ace in the deck. You know you’re winning.