We knew it was coming. Since the Lamborghini Aventador hit the road, a tuned version of the Italian supercar was expected to be conceived in Sant’Agata.
And now, our suspicions have been proven, as the all new Lamborghini Aventador Super Veloce has been spotted in Europe by CarPix. The pictures come from AutoEvolution’s Facebook page, and show a much more aggressive take on the beloved Aventador.
Most notable of all the modifications is a large rear wing that will provide the car with added downforce. To work in cooperation with this new wing are revamped front and rear fascias, as well as added intakes on each side of the engine bay.
As power goes, this is a something we are still in the dark on. Of course the 690 hp V12 engine of the Aventador will be tuned to create more power, but the final figures are unknown. If we take into account the Murcielago Super Veloce’s power increase of roughly 30 hp, we can expect an output a little ways over 700 hp.
Be sure to stay with us for more information on the Lamborghini Aventador Super Veloce as it is released.
(Source: AutoEvolution, Facebook)
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