There are loud Lamborghini Aventadors, and then there's GerCollector's SV Roadster with the new FI Volcano Flametador exhaust system! Join me behind the wheel to experience it, giving chase to the Senna, on the way to Scuderia GT to check out the full restoration works being done to the F40. With a 300km/h stretch on the Autobahn and some tunnels to enjoy... it doesn't get better!
I'm back visiting GerCollector, where my McLaren Senna is currently staying ahead of some plans for next month, but this time around we're taking out the SV Roadster to experience this new exhaust. The Rosso Bia, one-of-500 car has been fitted with the Frequency Intelligent Volcano Flametador exhaust which as the name suggests is guaranteed for noise and flames. The 6.5l V12 in the Aventador has never been afraid of spitting fire out the back and is ultimately one of the last such cars that will probably be available that can create a spine-tingling noise of this variety.
As we get started from the GerCollection, the cold start does not disappoint before getting both cars up the car lift and out onto the Autobahn. On the drive we stop off to visit Scuderia GT who are currently doing a full engine-out restoration to the Ferrari F40 from the collection, including a number of upgrades in the process. It will be the first F40 to wear a set of carbon ceramic brakes too!
However, on the open de-restricted roads, the SV can be allowed to scream and that's exactly what it does. With plenty of opportunity to reach the red line, and some tunnels to hear even more, along with the sights of the Senna on the road too. No question, this is a pretty epic day out!
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Thanks for watching, Tim