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Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Spotted Testing On The Nurburgring Track!

Lamborghini is trying it’s level best to beat the Porsche GT2 RS Track Record.

A couple of months back, spy photographs developed demonstrating the forthcoming Lamborghini Aventador SVJ lapping the Nurburgring, recommending that Lamborghini was endeavoring to beat the record time set by the Porsche 911 GT2 RS a year ago. Lamborghini hasn’t uncovered the new bad-to-the-bone Aventador yet, yet a report via Autocar recommends the automaker has a shock in store for the powerful supercar’s uncover. As indicated by the distribution, reports recommend Lamborghini will dispatch the Aventador SVJ with another lap record at the Nurburgring.

This infers the track-centered supercar has officially crushed the record, however Lamborghini has declined to remark. Back in May, the Aventador SVJ purportedly lapped the Green Hell in 6 minutes and 54 seconds, which was five seconds quicker than the standard Lamborghini Aventador SV however 6.7 seconds slower than the 911 GT2 RS’ time. In any case, this time wasn’t set in perfect conditions since cones set on the short begin and complete straight backed the Lambo off, as did different cars that were lapping the circuit. It’s positively conceivable that Lamborghini has enhanced this time from that point forward, taking the crown from Porsche prepared for the Aventador SVJ’s uncover.

Porsche won’t not be the record holder for any longer, as the two automakers keep on battling it out at the Nurburgring. Keep in mind the Porsche 918 Spyder held the record Nurburgring time for a long time until a year ago when the Huracan Performante broke it. Obviously, Lamborghini’s rule was shortlived on the grounds that the Porsche GT2 RS beat the Huracan Performante’s opportunity only a couple of months after the fact, yet Lamborghini is returning battling. Little is thought about the Aventador SVJ, however from what we’ve found in spy shots it will be the most no-nonsense Aventador yet, including another front splitter, focus bolt wheels, and a huge settled back wing. Reports additionally recommend Lamborghini has extricated more than 800 horsepower from the its 6.5-liter V12, so it wouldn’t astound if the Aventador SVJ turns into the speediest generation car to lap the Nurburgring.

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