In fact, we've added two Instagram posts at the bottom of the page, which portray the Lamborghini Aventador security car in all its might (the one at the bottom brings a closer look at the supercar, which also features visual mods like custom wheels and a partial wrap).
Keep in mind that we're talking about a model that kickstarted Lamborghini's lap time era. The Aventador SV was the first Sant'Agata Bolognese machine to go under the 7m barrier on the Nurburgring.
And the Raging Bull hasn't stopped blitzing the famous German circuit ever since that feat was achieved. In fact, Lamborghini the Huracan Performante brought the automotive producer its first Ring record, thanks to a lap time of 6:52.
That accolade was grabbed by the Porsche 911 GT2 RS (think: 6:7.3), but the successor of the Aventador SV, namely the SVJ, brought the record back to Italy after a staggering 6:44.97 attack.
And while the MR incarnation of the Porsche 911 GT2 RS was even quicker, with a chronograph number of 6:40.3, the Aventador Superveloce Jota remains the quickest production car around the Green Hell (the said GT2 RS is modded by Porsche-owned Manthey Racing).
Speaking of the Aventador SVJ, we showed you what happens when the extreme aero elements of the V12 special end up on the latest Raging Bull, namely the Huracan Evo - check out this wild rendering in case you missed it.