The driver behind the car always must be taken into account, but the channel claims that the SVJ cooked the 911 Turbo S by two seconds and the Ferrari F8 Tributo by a full second.
The Aventador SVJ sis no regular Aventador. The Italian supercar manufacture had taken the highly successful (and very fast) pre-existing Aventador and cranked its aerodynamic knob up 40% with the addition of a full aero re-work at the front and rear of the car; selling 900 units to consumers to the tune of $520,000 a pop.
In this video, you can really hear the driver squeezing out every ounce of performance to be found in the 6.5L V12 engine. It’s not easy to keep a 750 horsepower car planted on a short and technical track, but the driver manages to bring the lap to the finish line and spank it’s Ferrari counterpart.