Done (GT Sport) Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV 2015

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  1. AudiMan2011

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    Specs:

    Engine: 6.5 litre V12
    Power: 750hp
    Weight: 1525kg
    0-60: 2.8 seconds
    Top Speed: 217mph+

    The lighter, harder Aventador SV gains 50hp over the standard car and drops 50 kilos in weight as well as gaining more aero.
     
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  2. JKgo

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    .............Yes, yes, yes!! I want. Too bad you can "replicate" this in-game, so it may not make into GT6.....
     
  3. SCER

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    Not a fan of it at all. The rear looks way too tall, and for the most part it looks like the work of a tasteless aftermarket tuner - not that the billionaires that buy it will care.
     
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    I agree completely with that @SCER. It is missing something that the Murcielago SV had and I cannot quite put my finger on it.

    Having said that it would be more than welcome in GT7.
     
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  6. Neddo

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    This is better than Murcielago SV. But Diablo is in my heart!
     
  7. TS050

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    I disagree.

    Wholeheartedly.
     
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  8. JKgo

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    .......By the way, I just noticed that the rear brakes look worryingly puny, for a car capable of tearing your face off. Hopefully that won't be an issue...
     
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    under 7 minute

     
  10. ALB123

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    The rear disc is 0.7 inches smaller than the front disc (15.0" vs. 15.7" diameters), plus the rear rim is 1 inch bigger than the front rim (20" vs 19" diameters). So, yeah...it does look kind of funny when looking at it from the side.

    I can't believe this car has received so few "Likes". This car is absolutely gorgeous, in my opinion. Sub-7 minute Nurburgring Nordschleife lap time to boot. Me likey! :lol:
     
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  12. Ande3200

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    I hope PD let us tune It up to n1000 when the car arrives later this week. N900 for the regular aventador seems a bit low
     
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