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The word firebrand comes to mind when thinking about cars like Lamborghini and Ferrari. Each is a rabble-rouser, someone or something that gets noticed, passionate, and here to stir things up. Ferrari and Lamborghini stir things up on a regular basis, as they compete head-to-head. Their latest models are incredibly fast, better looking than fighter jets, and cause a lot of commotion wherever they go. Let’s look at the 2022 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ vs the 2022 Ferrari 812 GTS to see what shakes out.
2022 Aventador SVJ
2022 812 GTS
0-60 MPH in seconds
Top speed in MPH
7-speed automated manual
7-speed dual-clutch automatic
Estimated Base MSRP
Curb Weight Lb.
18 cubic feet of cargo space
Clearly these two vehicles are aimed directly at each other. The GTS wins for overall horsepower, however, falls short in the sprint from 0-60 due to its considerable bulk. The GTS also wins in cargo space and pricing, however the SVJ is considerably more sophisticated in the areas of drivetrain (AWD/4WS), materials, and overall fun-factor. At the end of the day, whatever is to your liking is what you will drive, however we prefer the Lamborghini in this matchup.
Clearly the Aventador SVJ is a special car. But what makes it so? Advanced performance features are interwoven into every part of the manufacturing process and in all systems. Some of these features include:
Lamborghini spared no expense when building this luxurious, high-performance supercar. AWD and 4-wheel-steering keep the massive power focused entirely where it needs to be, which makes this car genuinely special. Aerodynamics and weight were key factors in design. Safety, comfort, and beauty all ranked highly as well.
If you’re eager to hit the road in a new Lamborghini, our dealership is your go-to. Our expert staff is here to guide you step-by-step through the purchase process, and to help you care for your superior new vehicle once you own it. Please contact us for any information on this and any other car in the Lamborghini lineup.