Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SuperVeloce

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We’ve finally had a proper look at Lamborghini’s biggest, baddest Bull in the stable – the LP750-4 SuperVeloce. First announced to the world back in March 2015, Malaysia has been steadily receiving their allocation, from a limited production of only 600 units worldwide.

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Lamborghini’s Aventador has already seen several limited editions and market specific variations so far, but the Aventador SuperVeloce remains the lightest, most powerful version so far. Power is now up a massive 50hp from the standard Aventador and thanks to a stricter carbon fiber diet, weight has been pared down by a further 50kg. There have been several notable aerodynamic revisions that gives a significantly sharper look to both the front and rear of the car – which also brings about an whopping 180% increase in downforce.

As you might imagine, the car’s overall numbers and stats are pretty eye-watering: 750hp and 690Nm which is mated to a seven-speed ISR (single clutch) transmission and a fourth generation Haldex all-wheel drive system. Acceleration, as you may imagine, is phenomenal: 0-100km/h in just 2.8 secs, 0-200km/h in 8.6 secs, and top speed in excess of 350km/h.

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Prices for the Aventador SuperVeloce starts from RM3.5 million, some RM400k more than the standard LP700-4 and we’re told that all 600 units have already been accounted for – a clear indication of strong market demand. This is especially impressive, considering fewer than 200 units of the Murcielago Superveloce LP670-4 were made.

We hope you enjoy our gallery of the Aventador SuperVeloce below. In the meantime, let us know what you think of the most brutal, road legal Bull to hail from Sant’Agata. If you think we should get some start-up and rev videos, let us know in the comments!

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From supercar spotting on the streets of Kuala Lumpur, Won has moved onto the realms of motoring journalism since 2011. He has a keen eye for automotive photography, a penchant for fast cars, and the occasional hunger for munching corners.

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