The Lamborghini Aventador stood out when it was launched in 2011, with its extraordinary features to say the least. From the iconic V12 engine designed in 1963 and perfected over the years to its unique carbon fiber monocoque structure among other models. From Sant’Agata Bolognese to the first Aventador LP 700-4, this family of supercars became a legend and still is, ten years later. Did you know the following anecdotes?
The best selling V12 model in Lamborghini history
The Lamborghini Aventador broke all the sales records of its V12 predecessors. In September 2020, Automobili Lamborghini hit its target of 10,000 Aventadors sold, while the total number of all previous V12 models barely exceeded the 7,000 threshold. Previously, it had even surpassed the Murcielago in its fifth year of production.
As this iconic model is the perfect supercar to accompany the most famous heroes of Hollywood movies, it has acted together in many films that have entered the history of Italian and world cinema and in the collective imagination. Suffice it to say that it was idealized as a Batmobile through an Aventador LP 700-4 with license plate “Gotham – 649 8227” featured in the movie “The Dark Knight Rises” in 2012.
First Lamborghini with customizable drive mode
Automobili Lamborghini has implemented Magneride adaptive suspension fully in the Aventador for the first time. The behavior of all technological content is governed by a driver selector that allows the driver to choose his preferred configuration from STRADA, SPORT and CORSA modes. EGO mode also allows for independent tuning of the powertrain, steering and suspension.
The latest version of the Aventador is an extraordinary synthesis of timeless design and advanced technology. From the design handcrafted by Lamborghini masters celebrating the pinnacle of Aventador production, to the interior adorned with quality materials such as carbon fiber and Alcantara, not to forget the iconic V12 engine with 780 hp in each unique interior, expressing maximum power. The Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae has a story to tell.