Lamborghini Teases Aventador SV Ahead of Geneva Debut: Video
While Lamborghini goes to great lengths not to divulge any revealing details about the model it will unveil at Geneva, corroborating previous information leaks makes it pretty clear that the Aventador SV (Super Veloce) is about a week away form its official debut. In case you are not yet convinced of that, you probably will be after checking the almost subliminal addition of no less than four "S" letters in the short teaser above, while if you pause at the 0:17 minute mark you will get a pretty clear view of an Aventador center console.
Obviously based on the Aventador, the SV will not only look but also go like a bat out of hell, mostly thanks to a drastic reduction in weight and a more powerful engine. While the regular Aventador makes do with a screaming, 6.5-liter V-12 that delivers either 690 horsepower as standard or 711 horsepower in the LP 720-4 Aniversario model, the Super Veloce is expected to round those numbers up to about 800. Along with around 220 pounds less weight, the new Lambo supercar should shave some time from the 2.9-second acceleration from 0 to 62 mph in the regular models.
The new model was spied completely naked during an official photoshoot a little over a month ago, so hardcore Lamborghini enthusiasts should be already prepared for the outrageous body kit, extra air intakes, giant rear wing and steamroller wheels, not to mention the four individual pipes instead of the single exhaust.