Lamborghini's limited production super car, Aventador SV LP 750-4 has reportedly arrived India. Finished in Rosso Mars colour, the unit in India is apparently for a customer based in Delhi. The sports car in India is one of the 600 units Italian sports car manufacturer produced globally.

The Lamborghini Aventador SV is the more brutal derivative of the already potent Aventador sports car of the Sant'Agata Bolognese based manufacturer. The fastest Lamborghini sports car, the Aventador SV develops 740bhp and 690Nm of torque from the naturally aspirated V12 engine which is 50bhp and 50Nm over to the regular Aventador. The engine is mated to seven-speed ISR transmission power transmitted via Haldex generation IV 4WD system.

The sports car reaches from stand still to 100kmph in just 2.8 seconds and comes with a top speed over 350kmph. The weight of the car has been reduced by 50kg by the extensive use of carbon-fibre parts.

The goal of Aventador SV is to improve both vertical downforce and aerodynamic efficiency without having evident impact on the drag coefficient. Lamborghini has made some changes to the exterior to attain that. Those include carbon fibre front splitter, reworked front and rear air-intakes, SV badging, special alloy wheels, and newly designed rear spoiler and diffuser.

The high performance sports car cost starts from 327,190 Euros in European market. When converted, it is just Rs 3 crore in India. However with the high import duties and taxes added the Aventador SV's Indian price reaches to Rs 8 crore, reports Motoroids.