The top level SV morphs into the SVJ with an additional 19 horsepower (759 total. Take that, Hellcat!) and 24 foot-pounds of torque from its V12 engine. Only 900 SVJ Aventadors will be produced. The SVJ is available only as a coupe.
An even more exclusive SVJ 63, with more carbon fiber commemorates Lamborghini's first year and is limited to 63 units.
The Aventador S Coupe and Roadster are still available.
The Huracán Performante is now available topless. The Huracán Performante Spyder takes the 630-horsepower V10 engine and other performance attributes and marries it with the open top of the Spyder.
What's that vehicle coming out of hell's maw covered in ice and snow with a flying porcine escort? That would be Lamborghini's new sport utility, the 5-passenger Urus. Based on the corporate VW platform that underlies the Audi Q7, Porsche Cayenne and Bentley Bentayga, it utilizes the corporate twin-turbocharged V8 and all-wheel drive system, keeping development costs reasonable. But that means that not only is this not a mid-engine design, but the engine is in front of the front axle, a placement which results in the opposite of Lamborghini's usual rearward weight distribution and oversteering nature.
Among some exclusive features, it has the largest front brakes on a production passenger vehicle: 17.3 inches in diameter.