Lamborghini Aventador SVJ

Our car week review: Hardcore Lambo Aventador SVJ

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ

Many feared that Lamborghini under the control of the Volkswagen Group, and Audi in particular, would see the Italian brand neutered and normalised. With the launch of the new Aventador SVJ, it’s clear that the Sant’Agata firm is still crazy beneath the corporate veneer. Two decades of Audi ownership have made the firm financially secure, and capable of producing special models like this SuperVeloce Jota

We got up close with the new Aventador SVJ at the European launch event, and you can check out all of our exclusive photos and video right here

This week has also seen the return of the Toyota Corolla to Europe, big money go under the hammer in Monterey, and made us realise that buying a new car can be harder than it looks. 

Car News

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ
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Toyota Corolla makes a comeback for 2019
If you’ve been unhappy at the Auris nameplate since Toyota started using it in 2006, now is your time to celebrate. Next year will see the return of the Corolla badge.

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Although the clock is ticking on plans to ban petrol and diesel-powered cars by 2040, an Auto Trader survey suggests British buyers will wait a decade before going EV.

Features and opinion

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Buying a new car: how hard can it really be?
New car sales figures tell a story of buyers playing safe. Perhaps it’s just that dealerships don’t want to actually sell cars, given the difficulties Richard hadwhen buying one recently.

 

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