The team at HRE Performance Wheels has produced one eye-catching Aventador SVJ as the world anxiously awaits the arrival of the Lamborghini Aventador’s replacement.
The Aventador SVJ is one of the most aggressive vehicles in existence right out of the factory, and it’s difficult to imagine how it could be made even more striking. With the installation of an unusual set of aftermarket wheels, HRE has accomplished this, though.
The wheels on this Aventador SVJ are actually two different sets. The Vintage 935 are those in the front, and the Vintage 501 are those in the back. Despite being quite different from one another, they both have a timeless appearance and design that truly adds something special to the powerful Italian supercar.
The front wheels are especially intriguing because they have an aero-disc design reminiscent of rally cars, hiding the brake discs and callipers beneath. The rear wheels, meanwhile, have a complex spoke pattern resembling the well-known RS wheels from BBS.
It won’t be long before the Aventador SVJ is no longer regarded as the head of the Lamborghini clan. The Aventador’s replacement will be unveiled by Lamborghini next year; its name isn’t yet known, but it has been spotted testing frequently lately.
Like its predecessor, the new Lamborghini will feature a naturally aspirated V12 but this engine will be supplemented by a hybrid power unit. The car will inevitably pump out in excess of 800 hp and should have enough grunt to out-muscle the Ferrari 296 GTB with its 818 hp.