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The first car to establish the category of "supercar" in Japan. It was Lamborghini Countach.
This is a midship sports car with a large V 12 engine mounted vertically behind the driver. Genius engineer Paolo Stanzani created the Copernican transposition of the powertrain (Normally, the engine is replaced by the mission by the engine.). And brilliant Marcello Gandini created a swing-up (Sisser) door that jumps upward, and a surprisingly flat styling that went beyond the norm at the time.
The style created by this unique power train arrangement has been passed down to the present as a Lamborghini standard style since Countach appeared in 1974. After Countach, it evolved into Diablo and Murcielago, and continued to reign as the King of Supercars.
The last Murcielago train (No. 4099) took off line at the end of 2010. The next year, in February 2011, production of the Aventador LP 700 -4, a new flagship model, began. The 4WD model with 700 horsepower in the engine vertical position (LP) means the name of the car. Of course, the name Aventador also follows Lamborghini tradition and comes from the name of the bullfight.
A fully redesigned, lightweight and compact 60 ° 6.5 liter V 12 naturally aspirated engine. The transmission is a two-pedal single clutch system called ISR, which is a seven-speed transmission. It was combined with a lightweight and precisely controlled Haldex IV type electronically controlled 4WD system.
At the end of 2012, a year and a half after the Coupe was announced, Aventador added a Roadster model. The roof is equipped with two detachable carbon panels, and the very primitive method of removing the 6 kg panel and placing it on the front boot was adopted because, above all, I did not want the weight to increase and degrade the performance. The difference in design is that it looks lower than the coupe and around the engine hood. A weight gain of 50 kilograms compared to a coupe is almost an error for a 700 horsepower supercar.
Lamborghini later released the LP 720 -4 Anniversalio in 13, the 50 year anniversary of the company's founding, and the high-performance version of the LP 750 -4 SV in 15. SV stands for Super Veroche, a special grade that existed in Miura and Diablo in the past (By the way, Miura's SV is Spinto Veroche and Diablo is Super Veroche.). It was a world-limited model with 600 coupes and 500 roadsters. As the figures show, the V 12 engine powered up to 750 horsepower and a number of flashy aero devices won tremendous support from the supercar fans.
Evolved to Aventador S Coupe & Roadster through minor change in 2016. In 18, we released another high-performance version, the SVJ (Super Velocce Iota), a limited edition.
The successor to Aventador has been announced to be a hybrid model of the V 12 + electric motor. Aventador will continue to be popular as the last Lamborghini with a pure natural inspired 12 cylinder engine in the mid.
|Jun Nishikawa’s Highlights!|
When you say Aventador SV, this color comes to mind first. Vivid wine red metallic, Rosso Bio SV and Roadster. The mileage is only less than 3,600 kilometers, so you can step on the bike now after you finish playing Narashi.
Therefore, both the interior and exterior are at the level of a new car. The matte carbon exterior is a bit worn out, but it's a real carbon destiny.
Standard items such as carbon aero parts, glass hood, center lock wheel, yellow caliper, etc. are also packed.
The combination of red metallic and matte carbon makes this SV Roadster exquisite. This is a chance to get 500 limited to the world.
Originally written by Jun Nishikawa
Photo by Rei Hashimoto
Published on August 2019
|Year of Purchase||Mar 2017|