The Track-Only Hyper Car uses a 6.5-L V-12 engine.
Lamborghini is pursuing Ferrari’s FXX division with an ultra-constrained, track-only model that will be uncovered by its Squadra Corse racing arm, The Lamborghini Hyper Car.
The Lamborghini Hyper Car, which follows on from the street usable SC18, is presently experiencing rapid track-testing, as appeared in another video discharged by the firm. Unconfirmed reports recommend that the new Aventador-based model will be known as the ‘SVR’.
Lamborghini has now affirmed that the track vehicle will take its capacity from an uprated form of the Aventador’s naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12, with yield helped to 830hp.
The most recent video doesn’t uncover a lot, yet gives a reasonable visual sign that the new vehicle’s bodywork is undeniably more bespoke than that of the SC18, offering almost no resemblance of its profile to the Aventador, as appeared in a see cut from a year ago.
A wedge-formed nose with a profound front end and articulated splitter, a rooftop mounted scoop, and a track-reproduced back wing configuration are noticeable. You additionally get a fast look at a forceful diffuser arrangement.
An year ago, Lamborghini’s chief, Stefano Domenicali told our sister production Auto car UK that it is assessing a passage into the 2021 Le Mans Hyper car class.
Homologation decides direct that the race adaptation must be emphatically identified with a street lawful model, with 20 models required to be delivered over a two-year time frame. That proposes the Le Mans racer isn’t probably going to be founded on this vehicle since it won’t be street lawful.
Lamborghini Hyper Car Teased In A Recent Video
– The Track Only Hyper car will be powered by a mighty 6.5-L V-12 engine.
– The Lamborghini Hyper car is based upon the brand’s Aventador.
– The car is expected to be revealed in 2021.
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