If you’re going to flash your wealth with a brash motorised display, you may as well do it properly. Ladies and gents, we give you the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ (Superveloce Jota), as flamboyant a car as ever to exit the Italian firm’s Sant’Agata factory. More power, clever aerodynamics, uprated suspension, and weight-reducing components make it the most track-focused Aventador. Only 900 units will be built in total, and a further 63 which will have "63" livery to signify the year the company made the transition from a tractor manufacturer to one of the world’s most iconic sports car brands.

But the numbers that really matter are the ones underneath that louvred rear engine cover: 12 cylinders, 566kW of power and 720Nm of torque — respectively 22kW and 30Nm higher than the next-most powerful Aventador S — and giving the SVJ the ability to reach a 351km/h top speed and scorch the 0-100km/h sprint in just 2.8 seconds. Even more remarkably it takes just 8.6 seconds to get from re...

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