Why You Should Rent a Used Lamborghini Aventador SVJ in Florida

Why You Should Rent a Used Lamborghini Aventador SVJ in 2019

Why You Should Rent a Used Lamborghini Aventador SVJ in Florida

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ

Why You Should Rent a Used Lamborghini Aventador SVJ in FloridaSome of the fastest exotic cars in the world have come directly from Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A – a well-earned designer and manufacturer. Such a company continues to attract its audience with new luxuries – including the Aventador SVJ. This supercar was built by engineering magic; it is a supercar that tops other supercars. The SVJ, which is founded from the Aventador, exhibits its improvements in aerodynamic performance and chassis while bringing its performance to new levels with its 770 CV normally-aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine. Compared to its brothers, it is 110 pounds lighters giving it a dry weight of only 3,362 pounds. Exotic Car Rental Miami at Auto Boutique Luxury Rental can help you with your luxury rental selection.

The name of the car was inspired by the legendary Aventador, a trophy-winning bull in the Spanish bullfighting world, according to the company, while SVJ is an abbreviation for Super Veloce Jota. Within 2.8 seconds the vehicle has a zero-to-62 mph take off, as well as a top speed of 217 mph. In fact, what is thought of to be a raging bull has been able to complete a lap around the famous Nϋrburgring Nordschliefe within six minutes and 44.97 seconds – a new production car lap record.

New Levels in Aerodynamics Reached

Lamborghini had already been praised for the Aventador and Aventador SV’s advanced level of aerodynamic sophistication – however, the Aventador SVJ takes both passive and active aerodynamics to the next level. Their patented ALA (Aerodynamica Lamborghini Attiva), has also been upgraded and recalibrated into the ALA 2.0 in order to increase the lateral acceleration for the SVJ. The attention to both small detail design changes and the use of active systems to alter the aerodynamic forces as the dynamics of the vehicle change allow for an increase in downforce and drag reduction.

Within the car’s nose, there are two flaps. The ALA 2.0 system opens both flaps when going flat out while it directs air below the car to reduce drag and optimize speed. The flaps then flip when brakes are applied, causing the airflow beneath the car to become closed off as it directs it through two vents within the hood. This ultimately increases both the drag and downforce which, in turn, also increases both braking force and control. Compared to the Aventador SV, the SVJ generates 40% more downforce. 

Some may say that the SVJ’s rear wing, in addition to the nose, is another fascinating portion of the ALA 2.0 system. The center vent (located near the back of the engine bay) is used to direct the air up and into the wing itself to release air through the leading edge of the wing. This vent remains open at high speed. The air coming out of the leading edge is forced under the wing, increasing underside pressure on the wing. This is the opposite of how you want a wing to work as little downforce is created due to stalling, however, for high speeds a stalling, a rear wing is close to perfect. When the brakes are hit, the wings return to their normal operation as the vents are closed. Additionally, the vent is divided into two vents – which allows the wing to have yet another incredible feature.  While going around a corner, the car has the ability to leave one half of the vents open and the other half closed to allows the wing to steer the car around the corner.

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ’s High Performance

As previously mentioned, SVJ stands for “Super Veloce Jota”, but what does that actually mean? The SV, which has previously been used with Lamborghini, stands for “Superveloce”, which translates to “Superfast” in Italian, whereas “Jota” derives from the Spanish letter “J”. Jota was also linked to the iconic Miura – a standard, lighter yet powerful car. When pieced together, the Aventador SVJ is a superfast vehicle that is both lighter and more powerful than previous Aventador models. 

According to Stefano Domenicali, the Automobili Lamborghini Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, “The Aventador SVJ is an innovative car and represents the absolute pinnacle of our super sports car product range… The Aventador SVJ takes another step into the future, shaping the potential for super sports car development.”

Four-Wheel Driving and Four-Wheel Steering

Losing touch with the road for any vehicle that has the capability to reach over 200 mph in extremely unaffordable – which is why the SVJ has been re-engineered for grip optimization. In order to permit additional power to be sent to the rear axle, the four-wheel-drive system has been improved. The rear-wheel steering system was specifically re-calibrated to work with the increased aerodynamic capabilities of SVJ to reduce braking distance and improve stability. Although the Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires were developed to cope with increased downforce/enhanced grip that follows the SVJ, however, for maximum track capability Trofeo R tires are also optional.

The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ lives up to its well-renowned title and expectations. For more information on vehicles such as the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ and/or others, at Auto Boutique we are here to help. Visit us online or give us a call at (305)-804-4502.

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