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  • Mileage: 9,940
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Engine Size: 6499cc
  • Interior Colour: Nero Perseus
  • Exterior Colour: Grey
  • Body Style: Coupe
  • Seats: 2
  • Service:
  • Reg date: 2016/4

Optional extras

  • Electrically Powered Side Mirrors
  • Carbon Ceramic Brakes - Orange Callipers
  • Lifting System
  • Interior Carbon Package
  • Rearview Camera
  • iPod & USB Interface
  • Contrast Stitching in Grigio Phoenix
  • Sports Seats
  • Bi-Xenon Headlights
  • Transparent Engine Bonnet
  • Bluetooth


EVO says:

If all the senses that get shattered when you drive truly fast, loud and visceral supercar flat out, the one that's the hardest to put back together is a sense of perspective. 

The claimed headline performance figures are 0-62mph in 3.2sec, the ton in under seven and a top speed of 212mph. What the SV serves up is altogether more extraordinary, relentless and all-consuming. 

Truth is, attacking an empty stretch of mountain road in the SV hammers so much immediacy and raw excitement into the usual supercar mix, your heart nearly leaps out of your chest. The noise, the bite, the response, the grip and braking power - all require rapid mental recalibration to make much sense of. 

Below 4700 revs the engine is merely brutal, from there to 8500rpm red line it's insane - an electrifying ball of energy that screams the hairs off the back of your neck.

What's perhaps most remarkable about the SV's chassis is its eagerness to translate even the most fleeting and subtle helm input into meaningful action. You can nuance a cornering line with steering or throttle. And with so much width to place on the road, it's a revelation that it can be done so accurately. This is the other side to the SV's character - it feels focused and intimate.

The ride is remarkable too: ultra firm and biased heavily towards body control over comfort, but it still manages to round-off edges without jinking or jaring. 

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