There aren’t many people that look at a car as wild as an Aventador SVJ and think: that’s a little tame for us, but there’s a group from Germany that did just that, which is why you are looking at the Novitec Lamborghini Aventador SVJ.

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Sharper appearance

The Novitec Lamborghini Aventador SVJ boasts new carbon aerodynamic components, which work in conjunction with the car’s existing active aero systems. A more prominent front splitter and the front flaps mounted to the upper end of the central air intake gives the SVJ an even racier look. In addition, a custom trunk lid with integrated air ducts aids stability even further. The air outlets at the upper end of the front hood are longer than their production counterparts.

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Hi-tech forged wheels with a centre-locking action were made in cooperation with American manufacturer Vossen. The lightweight alloys measure 9Jx20 at the front and a massive 13Jx21 on the rear axle. These are shod with P-Zero Corsa of sizes 255/30 and 355/25, respectively. The vehicle’s ride height has been dropped by 35 mm.

Novitec also offers individuality in the cockpit. The cockpit can be redesigned with the finest leather, Alcantara and carbon in virtually any desired color and upholstery design.

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Better breathing

Interestingly, the Novitec Lamborghini Aventador SVJ engine has not been modified. The 6,5-litre V12 still produces 566 kW and 720 N.m but Novitec offers a tailor-made exhaust. This sports exhaust system has a distinct exhaust note and may unleash a few stifled ponies, but it also saves up to 19 kilograms in weight.

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