When it was first introduced in 2011, the Lamborghini Aventador set the standard for what a supercar should be: quick, loud, and intimidating with in-your-face aesthetics. The ideal formula for a poster car, and Lamborghini was known for making them exceptionally well. Sadly, Lamborghini has stopped production, therefore the naturally aspirated V12-powered spaceship has reached the end of its production line.
The V12-powered raging bull has gone through a number of modifications over the past 11 years, and all of them together sold more units than all of the brand’s previous V12 models put together. That demonstrates how well-liked the model was. The 6.5-litre V12 engine of the roaring bull was fine-tuned by the Italian automaker during its manufacturing years to deliver a maximum of 780P, an increase of 80PS over the original Aventador. It even briefly held the record for the quickest lap time by a production car at the Nurburgring Nordschleife.
Launching the Aventador Ultimae, Lamborghini’s final model, served as a farewell. The last model in its line-up combines the greatest features of all its variations into a single design and features the most potent 780PS NA (naturally aspirated) V12 ever built by Lamborghini.