The Last Aventador Announced

The Last Aventador Announced

The Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae


The automotive sporting world knew it was coming and suddenly it occurred: Lamborgini announced it's last Aventador model. Yes, it's the end of the line for the proud Aventador, but the final model, LP 780-4 Ultimae, is going out with a bang. The factory has announced that the best features and technology from the Aventadors of the past will be incorporated in this swan song edition.

"The Aventador LP 780-4 denotes the final, purest, timeless naturally-aspirated production V12 Lamborghini," says Stephan Winkelmann, President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini. "It delivers the essential twelve-cylinder experience in terms of inimitable design, engineering solutions and the most emotive driving experience, and is the definitive Aventador concluding an extraordinary era. It is the last of its kind: it delivers the maximum power and conclusive performance expected from Lamborghini's current V12 engine, combined with our inimitable flagship's design DNA. The Aventador was destined to become a classic from launch, and the Aventador LP 780-4 is the most beautiful expression of timeless design and technical solutions in a final edition: Ultimae."

What is the history of the Aventador?

The Aventador actually has roots that extend back to 1966 when Lamborghini released the Miura, the world's first 2 seat supercar with a transversely-mounted V12 engine. When the Miura was first sold, it was the fastest production road car in the world and it turned the motoring world on it's head.

The first Aventador model was released in 2011 and it represented the evolution of the Miura through the Countach, Murcielago, and Diablo generations. What tied all these supercars together as family was the engine. All were outfitted with a Lamborgini-designed, naturally aspirated V12 engine. And, the Aventador, in particular, was distinquished with the most powerful V12 of all.
  

What are the performance specs of the Aventador LP 780-4?

Will outrageous cover it? The twelve-cylinder, 6.5-liter Longitudinale Posteriore (transverse) engine delivers 780 CV (Cheval-Vapeur, a metric version of Horsepower). This is 40 CV more than the Aventador S and 10 CV more than the SVJ.

And it's fast. With 720 Nm of torque at (at 6750 rpm) and optimized VVT (Variable Valve Timing) and VIS (Variable Intake System), the LP 780-4 will accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 2.8 seconds, from 0-200 km/h in 8.7 seconds. And top speed? It will deliver a top speed of 355 km/h (221 mph) in the coupé version.

Does the LP 780-4 have the carbon fiber chassis like the Essenza SCV12?

Yes, The Aventador LP 780-4 with be based on a lightweight carbon-fiber monocoque design chassis. This design is race track state-of-the-art and combines the car cockpit, floor, and roof in a single carbon-fiber structure. Together with the two front and rear aluminum sub-frames, it is a design that offers ultra-high structural rigidity and an exceptionally light weight. 

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