If you thought Lamborghini only manufactured sports cars, you’re a little behind. It’s been a while since we have seen anything but premium Italian muscle in low, aggressive designs, but the Urus rounds out the Lamborghini lineup in more than one way. The prevalence of SUVs of all sizes in recent years has not gone unnoticed by the designers at Lamborghini. Starting with the 2019 model year, the Lamborghini Urus has taken the spotlight as a super high-performance SUV sporting the bull badge like no vehicle before it has.
The Lamborghini Huracan has been going strong since 2014. Signature Lamborghini design and performance are right at home with the Huracan, despite being a sort of entry-level sports car, at least for the brand. With convertible, rear-wheel drive, and Performante configurations of the Huracan, the sports car manages to keep the same engine. The trim levels change the MSRP by about 100 grand, but not without improving performance as the price goes up. Read on to learn more about the Lamborghini Huracan EVO.
Without the extravagance of the Lamborghini flagship cars, the Huracan line tries to straddle the worlds of premium sports cars and daily reliability. At its lowest trim level, the Lamborghini Huracan EVO is valued at half the price of most Aventador trims. For an MSRP between $200,000 and $300,000, the Huracan EVO is a sort of starter supercar.
It’s hard to say any vehicle ever made can look sportier than the 2020 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ. Italian performance reaches a new peak with the 2020 model year, expanding the Aventador lineup to include the SVJ trims. More aggressive, angular, and sharper than the Aventador S, the SVJ is guaranteed to turn even more heads. Let’s take a few moments to analyze the new Aventador SVJ and see if the bolder appearance matches its performance. The table below refers to available specifications and estimates of the Aventador SVJ’s performance. Some figures converted from metric to US.
No other car looks like a Lamborghini Aventador. That is, unless it’s a different trim level of the Aventador, of course. For the 2019 model year, Lamborghini added two trims to the Aventador, making a total of four different versions of the eye-catching supercar. The Aventador S and S Roadster are carryovers from the previous model year, but the addition of the SVJ and SVJ Roadster expands the lineup for more even more super-premium options. Below we will examine each trim level of the 2020 Lamborghini Aventador.