The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ is among the most powerful members of the Aventador lineup. It's a track-focused supercar, which means it underwent an extensive diet to shave some weight. But how does it compare to a superbike like the Suzuki Hayabusa?
The 2022 Suzuki Hayabusa, also known as the GSX-1300RR, is now in its third generation. It's down on power compared to its predecessor while also gaining a bit of weight in the process. But given the competition here, does that even matter? Let's check out the stats to see their differences in black and white.
Gallery: Lamborghini Aventador SVJ
The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ is powered by a reworked 6.5-litre V12 capable of producing 759 bhp (566 kilowatts) and 531 pound-feet (720 Newton-metres) of torque, sent to all four wheels. With air-conditioning and other convenient stuff considered, it has a dry weight of 1,525 kilograms (3,362 pounds). Before the Aventador Ultimae, it was the fastest Aventador in the lineup with a top speed of 219 miles per hour (352 kilometres per hour).
With a lineage that was once hailed as the fastest production bike, the third-generation Hayabusa currently uses a 1,340cc inline-four mill. Also reworked for this iteration, this engine now makes 190 bhp (140 kW) and 110 lb-ft (150 Nm) torque sent to the rear wheel. Letting go of a roof, two wheels, and a seat, the Hayabusa only weighs 264 kg (582 lbs).
It's hard to gauge which one will actually win just by looking at the numbers. There's also a question of skill, which is pretty important, especially when launching the superbike.
With all these things considered, can the mighty Hayabusa superbike beat the equally great Aventador SVJ supercar in a straight-line contest? The video atop this page should give you a definitive answer.