Novitec has planned to put Sant’Agata Bolognese’s V12 Hulk on a diet by reducing excess body parts from a very green Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce Jota. At 1,525 kg, the SVJ isn’t too heavy with a massive engine, but the Bavarian tuner is interested to slash the weight. And it finally removed 19 kilograms (42 pounds) without using carbon fiber.
The lowering of weight was attained by replacing the stock exhaust system with a custom stainless setup created by Novitec with or without actively controlled flaps to change the V12’s soundtrack.
Novitec also replaced the stock wheels with a forged rim measuring 20 inches at the front with Pirelli P Zero Corsa 255/30 ZR20 tires and 21 inches with 355/25 ZR21 rubber on the rear axle. These centerlock Vossen shoes can be available in 72 different colors with a brushed or polished finish. And suspension sport springs assist the supercar closer to the road by close to 35 millimeters (1.37 inches).
While Novitec didn’t put on extra power over the standard 759 hp and 720 Nm (531 lb-ft), it made the exterior look attractive with a front spoiler lip and flaps in the central air intake. The Lamborghini flagship also received new built-in air ducts and longer air outlets up front, while the side rocker panels fitted in front of the wheel arches segregate it from the standard SVJ. One thing you’ll observe the air intakes on the side windows are not only for show but these air intakes help in channelizing the airflow in a more optimized manner to enhance aero.
The tuner made changes to the bodywork and upgraded the side scoops & the engine hood at the back where the central scoop shoots the airflow to the ALA (Lamborghini Active Aerodynamics). New air outlets in the rear and a custom airbox are also part of the change
Lamborghini’s motorsport division will disclose a hardcore version in 2020 with 830 hp on tap. However, you won’t be allowed to drive it on public roads.