Lamborghini’s Squadra Corse motorsport division is taking a shot at a track-just form of the Aventador that will make a big appearance before the year’s over, and another video gives a couple of looks at the car just as a sample of the sound it makes.
The sound is created by Lamborghini’s 6.5-liter V-12 which has been tuned to convey 830 horsepower right now. The sound is crude and suggestive of Formula 1 race cars from the 1980s and ’90s.
There are gossipy tidbits the secret model will be the rearward in the line of V-12 Lamborghinis with no extra powertrain helps, for example, jolt or turbocharging. Lamborghini has just affirmed that its Aventador substitution, due around 2022, will be a module crossover. If it is, the thing that a send-off will be.
Past the engine, the car will flaunt a vented hood, a rooftop scoop, and an enormous back wing, all planned for keeping it stuck to the track. The Aventador’s carbon-fiber traveler cell will remain, however, an extra steel move confine lodging the engine will improve unbending nature.
Moving obligations will be taken care of by a race car-style consecutive transmission from Xtrac and a mechanical self-locking type differential will likewise be added to the drivetrain. The driver will have the option to alter the differential to suit explicit surface conditions at different race tracks, Lamborghini said.
Lamborghini stays calm on what the car will be called yet we’ve heard that the well known SVR name could be revived. The name originates from the Miura SVR, only one of which was worked for a client in 1974. It was a Miura S worked to copy the erratic Miura Jota race car that was crushed in a 1972 accident.