Lamborghini Aventador

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Lamborghini Aventador

2016 Lamborghini Aventador SuperVeneno
Exterior; Green- Interior; Black- Mileage: 858 miles
Looking like an Aventador that’s been hanging out in its Uncle Veneno’s garage, the Superveloce features a suite of wild body mods, including new doors, rocker panels, and fenders, as well as modified scoops and a massive, manually adjustable rear wing mounted on two giant struts. Most of these were rendered in carbon fiber, helping reduce overall weight by 110 pounds according to Lambo. The last Aventador we tested tipped the scales at a hefty 4085 pounds, but 110 fewer pounds isn’t insignificant when shaving tenths from acceleration times—especially when zero-to-60-mph times hover near the all-important three-second mark.

The Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce has no carpet, sound deadening, USB ports, Bluetooth phone pairing, cruise control, nor any warn­ing labels. And sometimes—like whenever its cooling fans operate—it produces mechanical noises no car this costly should make. It approaches its mission with the same subtlety Donald Trump employs when talking immigration.
In other words, it makes no apologies for being what it is: A brazen exotic made for those who enjoy center stage and have the resources to ensure they remain there. Did we mention it starts at $497,895?
We spent a total of 70 hours with the SV. In that time it defined itself as the Big Italian Cheese that Lamborghini wants it to be. It is brash, unreserved, and charismatic, yet also very well-made and seemingly indifferent to a sound flogging. Aesthetically, it manages to be both ghastly and gorgeous. We want its phone number, badly, and we don’t want anyone to know about it.
The Superveloce, a lightened and more powerful version of the four-year-old Aventador, is a very fine piece of gra­tui­tous­ness indeed. It was created as much for shock value as for driving reward. If the standard Aventador leverages the corporate paradigm shift that began with the Murciélago back in 2001, then the SV yanks at it with a composite crowbar.

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