CarbonSkin and carbon-fiber elements complement the three color schemes of the interior, which includes Alcantara and a badge on the steering wheel. The car in the photo gallery is finished in a matte grey called Grigio Acheso and an orange which is referred to as Arancio Dac. The cabin sports Arancio Dryope, Grigio Cronus, and Grigio Octans upholstery, lightweight yet sporty seats, and Q-Citura cross stitching.
As with every other Super Veloce Jota, this Aventador outputs 770 PS at 8,500 rpm and 720 Nm of torque at 6,750 rpm. Those equate to 760 horsepower and 531 pound-feet, translating to a weight-to-power ratio of 2.05 kilograms for every metric horsepower. Acceleration to 100 km/h (62 mph) takes 2.9 seconds, zero to 200 km/h (124 mph) can be done in 8.8 seconds, and the top speed is rated at “more than 350 km/h” or 217 miles per hour.
All 63 units are already sold “to collectors worldwide” according to Lamborghini, which is a serious statement to make. Delivery will start from 2020 onwards, which means that the Aventador isn’t ready to make room for a successor just yet. When it does, however, the naturally aspirated V12 will be hybridized for additional performance and lower CO2 emissions.
Not long after that, the Huracan Evo's replacement will rock down this path as well.