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Lamborghini Aventador

Price $637,997 – $725,000
Fuel consumption 15.1 – 27.9 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 77%(view ratings)
All Lamborghinis will be electrified by 2024. The almighty Aventador as we know it will soon cease to exist, making room for a new hybrid supercar. Don’t blame the Italian automaker—it has no other choice considering the increasingly tough emissions standards. In the meantime, the Aventador’s swan song comes in the form of a limited edition called LP 780-4 Ultimae, available in both coupe and roadster body styles. Output amounts to 770 horsepower.

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BlogLamborghini Aventador S: Prestige Guaranteed
There are cars that will surely get you noticed, and the 2017 Lamborghini Aventador S is one of those cars. The most exotic and expensive vehicle currently sold by the famous Italian automaker was treated to a subtle visual update this year. The front treatment, headlights and rear section have …
Test Drives2017 Lamborghini Aventador S: Fast and Furious!
You can’t help but be impressed when you see a Lamborghini, recent or otherwise. For decades the Sant’Agata-based manufacturer has been making cars that have become the thing of dreams for so many of us. Who didn’t have a Diablo or Countach poster hung on their bedroom wall as a …
TiresLamborghini Aventador LP700-4: Homage to Pirelli
Since the sixties, Lamborghini has trusted only one brand for their tires: Pirelli. The very first Miura that came out of Sant’Agata Bolognese was shod with Pirelli Cinturato, the Countach used Pirelli P7, and so on. To mark this partnership, the Italian manufacturer decided to create a special edition of …
Special Events2013 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadster Unveiled In Montreal
Last night Montreal saw the unveiling of the 2013 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadster. The open-air version of one of the fastest Lamborghini sports cars ever built, the Aventador LP700-4 broke cover at John Scotti Lamborghini in the city's east end. The Lamborghini LP700-4 roadster shares its 691 horsepower power plant …

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NewsShed a Tear as the Final Lamborghini Aventador Rolls Off the Line
A major chapter in the history of Lamborghini came to an end this week when the very last, pure, naturally aspirated V12 Lamborghini rolled off the assembly line. The milestone model was an Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae Roadster in a special light blue Ad Personam colour destined for the Swiss …
NewsLamborghini Aventador Goes Out With a Bang
The Lamborghini Aventador we all know and love will soon cease to exist and give way to a brand new hybrid supercar in a move to comply with increasingly strict emissions standards in Europe. For now, it’s time for the Aventador’s swan song in the form of a limited edition …
NewsAll Lamborghinis to be Electrified by 2024, First EV to Follow
While continuing to laud big, naturally aspirated engines, Lamborghini today announced a bold plan that will significantly alter its product lineup between now and 2030. Called Direzione Cor Tauri after the brightest star in the Taurus constellation, said plan includes three phases. First, in 2021 and 2022, Lamborghini will present …
BuzzThis Fake Lamborghini Actually Hides a Honda Civic
It seems like everybody is looking for ways to build cheap Lamborghinis. We’ve told you about a 3D-printed Aventador replica in Colorado, cardboard-made supercars in Vietnam and a Toyota RAV4 turned into a Urus by a Japanese tuning shop. The latest example may surprise you again… or not. An Indian …
BuzzThis 3D-printed Lamborghini Only Cost $20K… and it Works!
The Lamborghini Aventador is an Italian supercar that costs several hundred thousand dollars, so very few can afford one. But what if you could build one for a fraction of that? Longtime car enthusiast Sterling Backus, who happens to work as chief scientific officer at KMLabs in Boulder, Colorado, found …
BuzzGet Your Driver’s Licence… in a Lamborghini Aventador!
Driving schools typically choose entry-level compact cars such as the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla for good reason. They’re safe, easy to figure out and extremely driver-friendly. But most importantly, they’re not ultra-powerful, outrageously expensive machines that would scare the hell out of student drivers and potentially crash at some …

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