The British YouTube channel Carwow staged a drag race between four modifications of the Lamborghini Aventador. Coupes with atmospheric 6.5-liter V12, 7-speed “robots” and all-wheel drive faced off in competitions from a quarter-mile standstill, parallel starts from 50 miles per hour (80 kilometers per hour) for half a mile, and the final test was an assessment of the effectiveness of brakes from a speed of 100 miles per hour (161 kilometers per hour).
Lamborghini Aventador debuted in 2011, and at first, the supercar developed 700 forces and 690 Nm, and the price for early supercars is 242 thousand pounds. Four years later, a special version of the SV appeared with a V12 engine boosted to 750 forces, and in 2016, the updated Aventador S with a 740-horsepower “atmospheric” debuted. The SV performance cost 323 thousand pounds, and the usual “S” cost 271 thousand pounds.
The crown of the Aventador evolution is a hardcore SVJ of the 2018 model with a 770-horsepower (720 Nm) V12 for 350 thousand pounds. Last year, the “farewell” Ultimate debuted with a 780 horsepower engine for 345 thousand pounds, but this modification did not participate in drag. All supercars weigh about 1.5-1.6 tons, the difference between the heaviest and the lightest coupe is 50 kilograms.
In the scoring attempt of the drag race from the Aventador S, SV and SVJ showed the same time of 10.8 seconds, and even the photo finish could not determine the winner. The base supercar was 0.4 seconds behind. In duels from the spot and the brake efficiency test, the results were even more ambiguous.
Source: Carwow YouTube Channel