Inside the carbon fiber monocoque you’re greeted by exposed CFRP doorskins, alcantara trimmed carbon bucket seats with SV grilled into the material, a properly chunky alcantara and leather wrapped steering wheel and a TFT screen flashing at you when it’s time to change up. It’s all very video-gamer but it’s brilliant.
The extra ace up the SV’s sleeve is the all-new Dynamic Steering, which continuously varies your steering ratio depending on speed, steering angle and what mode you’ve selected. It tames the beast and makes inner-city driving near-easy in short.
The top speed is “over 217mph”, which would give a Formula One car a run for its money, and to hear better the thrashing of the pistons and roar of the exhaust, Lamborghini has thoughtfully added a rear window that can be lowered at the touch of a button.
With the pair of carbon fibre roof panels also removable (by hand), it’s hard to imagine there will be any complaints about missing the glorious soundtrack of Lamborghini’s flaming-fast roadster.