I have started to enjoy these videos because I have been trying to see if I can get results by looking at the specifications of the vehicles involved. This time, we are studying the comparison between the 740-horsepower Lamborghini Aventador SV and the 780-horsepower Porsche 91
But let’s take a quick look at more details of these two cars. They both reduced power through four wheels, but Lamborghini used a naturally aspirated V12, and the 991.2 Porsche was equipped with a six-cylinder horizontally opposed engine with twin turbochargers. But Porsche also has the ES750 performance package, which weighs 3,527 pounds (1,600 kg). Lamborghini is lighter at 3,362 pounds (1,525 kg), but it is also less powerful.
You should also not ignore the torque value. Lamborghini has a torque of 507 lb-ft (687 Nm) when it leaves the factory. Now, the stock 991.2 Turbo S provides 516 lb-ft (700 Nm) of torque between 2,100 and 4,250 Rpm. However, the 911 Turbo S introduced in this test has some improvements. Even if the official torque data is not released, I bet that it now has at least 600 lb-ft (812 Nm) of torque.
Therefore, before watching the actual race, I came to the conclusion that Porsche will definitely lead and win first place. The two cars will undergo four different tests: 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h), quarter mile (402 m) driving, head-to-head drag race and rolling race. In the first run of the day, SV took 3.01 seconds to reach a speed of 60 mph, while Turbo S took only 2.25 seconds, setting a new record.
During the quarter mile (402 meters), Lamborghini completed the work in 10.91 seconds and the exit speed was 127.37 mph (204.98 km/h), which was not bad. But Porsche stepped in again and completed the journey in 9.73 seconds and maintained the advantage at an exit speed of 143.41 mph (230.79 km/h)! So far, what is certain is that Lamborghini will not stand out in any subsequent test.
They went again, but this time the two cars were side by side. As expected, Porsche could easily take Lamborghini away at the end of the race. They decided to have a rematch. Even though the Aventador driver had the advantage in the start procedure, he still could not keep up with the turbocharged 911. Even if Lamborghini did its best, it couldn’t keep up. The German-made supercars and the rolling competition provided the same conclusions as the previous tests. This tuned Porsche 911 Turbo S travels much faster in a straight line!