If you find yourself caught in an aerial dogfight, the F-35 will be the last image you see. And if you are in a bullfight, the Aventador SVJ will win every time. Both are at the cutting edge of technology, so the Italian automaker decided to pit them against each other. So without further adieu, here is the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ vs the Lockheed F-35 Lighning II.

Our Italian allies allow us to base our 31st Fighter Wing at Aviano Air Base, at the crossroads of Europe and the Balkans. Lockheed also has a long Italian history, building and maintaining Aeritalia's fleet of F-104 Starfighters. Introduced in 1956, the design was so rugged that Italy kept them in service until 2004, after 48 years of dominating the skies.

Aside from the obvious aerodynamic similarities, the Aventador SVJ will still be a mean machine 48 years from now. You might view this video as hyperbole, but Lamborghini understands aerodynamics almost as well as Lockheed. If you don't believe us, click the link below and strap in for the ride of a lifetime.

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