Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, Bugatti Divo, Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 and a lot more
NEWS, INTERVIEWS, TECH AND EVERY NEW CAR THAT MATTERS AS THE AUTOMOTIVE WORLD RACES headlong on an electric path, Lamborghini is remaining loyal to the internal combustion engine that has served it so well these past 55 years. It’s acutely aware that one day it will succumb to the pressures of producing hybrid and EV powertrains, but until batterypowered motors are able to deliver the emotive engagement of a howling V10 or
demonic V12 there will always be a multicylinder, petrol-fuelled engine attached to the aluminium or carbon tubs of Sant’Agatabuilt sports and super sports cars.Which is great news, because nothing spikes the hair on an writer’s neck like a Lamborghini engine at full chat. And now there’s another Bolognese beast to enjoy: the Aventador SVJ. All 759bhp of it.