The Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster is about as aggressive and eye-catching as a car can get and yet, this particular example has somehow been made even more striking thanks to a unique set of wheels.
These rims come from HRE Performance Wheels and are dubbed the 935 FMR. They do not look like the ones you’d ordinarily expect to find on a supercar like the Aventador and instead more closely resemble the fan wheels of some classic rally cars. Making the wheels all the more head-turning is their gloss black and satin black finish.
While the Aventador SV has since been replaced by the even more insane SVJ, we happen to think that it looks as exciting as ever. Key styling and aerodynamic changes made over the standard model included a bespoke front bumper and splitter, distinctive side skirts, a carbon fiber rear wing and a pronounced rear diffuser.
Lamborghini also worked its magic on the 6.5-liter naturally-aspirated V12, boosting its output to 740 hp. The increased use of carbon fiber also shed 110 lbs (50 kg) of the car’s overall weight.
Production of the Aventador SV was capped at 600 Coupe and 500 Roadster models. That actually means it is rarer than the SVJ, as Lamborghini will make 963 Coupes and 800 Roadsters.
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