Lamborghini has once again teased the Aventador SVJ – or Superveloce Jota – just days ahead of its official reveal at Concours d'Elegance at Pebble Beach, California.
This latest preview shows the vehicle's rear, including a prominent rear wing made of carbon-fibre, and what looks like an air intake designed to channel air out the rear.
Posted to the marque's Facebook page, the image was accompanied by the following caption: "Extraordinary design and groundbreaking technologies. Lamborghini Aventador SVJ with ALA system is about to be unveiled".
'ALA' refers to the SVJ's active aerodynamics technologies, dubbed 'Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva' – Italian for Lamborghini Active Aerodynamics.
The system debuted on the Huracan Performante. In that model, the front splitter and rear wing actively shift positions for maximum downforce and less drag, depending on whether the driver is chasing improved handling or top speed.
It appears the SVJ will get its own version of these systems, and perhaps feature additional technologies given its flagship status – we'll have to wait for the full reveal for official details, though.
Going by this image and the most recent teaser, the launch colour will be a very bright shade of green, in stark contrast to the orange and grey camouflage adorning pre-production prototypes (above).
Other confirmed details at this stage are that the SVJ will feature an uprated version of the Aventador S's 6.5-litre naturally-aspirated V12, tuned to deliver a stonking 567kW (760hp), recalibrated all-wheel drive, steering and ESC systems, and PIrelli P Zero Corsa tyres that have been specifically developed for this model.
Stay tuned to CarAdvice for our coverage of the Aventador SVJ's reveal later this week.