This 965bhp Aventador Is A SuperVeloce For Impatient Folk

Crackers German tuners get bored waiting for ultimate Aventador and just build their own

16647333911864112792 Cars take too long to go on sale. The 691bhp, 6.5-litre V12 Lamborghini Aventador has been around since 2011, but the topless Roadster only arrived earlier this year. At this rate, it'll be four or five years before Lamborghini gets around to doing a lightweight, uprated SuperVeloce version. 15473659721104180556 Dry your eyes though, because the caring, sharing tuners of Germany are here to help. Standard Aventador too slow for you? Try Novitec's tuning programme, with a flagship twin-supercharged kit taking the Aventador to 956bhp and 627lb ft.  It's not just a 30% power bump. The downforce-critical body kit is all carbon fibre, plus you get more carbon in the cabin along with bespoke leather upholstery. Forged wheels up to 21-inches across are on the spec sheet, and you can have lowered, stiffened pushrod suspension too. Seriously, the Novitec Aventador would have a decent shout at a Le Mans podium if someone had the balls to enter it. 972970661722748911 It's no quicker straight out of the traps than a regular Aventador, taking 2.8sec to complete 0-62mph. Once it's in its stride though, this is a wickedly fast supercar. It'll reach 120mph from launch in just 7.4sec, walking away from the normal showroom version, which lags behind at 8.6sec. Flat out, a 220mph+ maximum is on the cards. 23256763252263203 Probably the most mental thing about the Novitec Aventador is the high-performance Revox hi-fi inside for bangin' out the tunes in style. In a vehicle which uses a near-1000bhp V12 to get around. Why would anyone want to drown that out? 1076791878982435187


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This is me and my dad, and we are stood next to my absolute pride and joy (Betty the Beetle). This post however isn’t about her as such, it is about that man stood next to me. He put real blood (take the bonnet off beetles when working under them, they catch you out big time!) sweat, and tears in to this restoration for me and 5 years later she is just about ready to make her way on to the roads. We have had a lot of help along the way but he has truly been grafting on this from building a sandblasting cabinet in our shed to working in there till the early hours of the morning, killing himself for me. I just want to say thank you Dad for giving me the best thing that money cant buy. You. And so for this I would like to ask if Car Throttle could post this on their Facebook page and everyone to share to show my Dad that not only I but everyone else appreciates the work he has put in to it and for the world to see how he made my dreams a reality.

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Wearable technology, be it glasses, watches or anything else, is becoming more and more popular. For the most part they're gimmicks that add little to your life, but in the automotive world they could revolutionise driving

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Thanks to the fact that people could work and sleep in their cars, Audi reckons the convenience afforded by self driving cars will spell the end of domestic flights and business hotels

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