Date: 5 months ago   Category: Motors

The Lamborghini sports car has set a new world record


The Lamborghini sports car has set a new world record
The Aventador SVJ car has set a world record among production cars on "A northern loop". The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ sports car has set a world record on the race circuit the Nurnburgring, known also as "A northern loop". Writes Autoua about it. The car has overcome the route in 6 minutes and 44 seconds. The closest rival - Porsche 911 GT2 RS - has shown the result 6 min. 47.3 seconds and following him to NIO EP9 - 6 min. 45.9 seconds. The Aventador SVJ car hasn't been officially presented yet. The debut of the sports car will take place within the Monterey Car Week exhibition in California. As regards characteristics it is known that he has received the updated system of the four-wheel drive, specially developed tires Pirelli P Zero Corsa and the recustomized steering. The car was also equipped with the 6,5-liter atmospheric V12 engine with power about 800 hp. Earlier it was reported that the exclusive supercar of Michael Schumacher was repeatedly offered for sale. Also it was reported that Lamborghini has shown the unique supercar of the future with a power of 1050 horsepowers. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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