Lamborghini is pursuing Ferrari’s FXX division with a ultra-constrained, track-just model that will be uncovered by its Squadra Corse hustling arm.
The model, which follows on from the street usable SC18, is currently experiencing rapid track-testing, as appeared in another video discharged by the firm. Unverified reports recommend the new Aventador-based model will be known as the ‘SVR’.
Lamborghini has now affirmed that the track vehicle will take its capacity from an uprated rendition of the Aventador’s normally suctioned 6.5-liter V12, with yield supported to 830hp.
The most recent video doesn’t uncover a lot, yet it gives a reasonable visual sign that the new vehicle’s bodywork is unmistakably more bespoke than that of the SC18, imparting next to no of its profile to the Aventador, as appeared in a review cut from a year ago.
A wedge-molded nose with a profound front end and articulated splitter, a rooftop mounted scoop, and a track-reproduced back wing configuration are noticeable. You additionally get a fast look at a forceful diffuser arrangement.
A year ago, Lamborghini’s chief, Stefano Domenicali told our sister distribution Autocar UK that it is assessing a passage into the 2021 Le Mans hypercar class.
Homologation decides direct that the race rendition must be emphatically identified with a street lawful model, with 20 models required to be created over a two-year time frame. That proposes the Le Mans racer isn’t probably going to be founded on this vehicle since it won’t be street lawful.
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