Lamborghini says goodbye to iconic Aventador
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The Lamborghini Aventador supercar has become the most successful flagship model in the brand's history, with over 11,000 coupes and convertibles produced. An innovative heavy-duty hybrid is being prepared to replace it.
The Lamborghini Aventador is a thing of the past. The famous supercar was discontinued – the last copy of the model left the factory floor. Meanwhile, work is already in full swing on the successor to the Aventador, according to the press service of the Italian company.
Lamborghini Aventador turned out to be a very successful model for the brand. Since 2011, 11,465 expensive coupes and roadsters have been produced – almost six times more than the legendary Lamborghini Countach (1983 units) and four times more than the equally famous Diablo (2884 units). The car was upgraded several times and its power was increased, and several special versions of the Aventador were created.
Lamborghini CEO Stefan Winkelmann, who led the development of the Aventador, credits the success of the model with its eye-catching design and technical excellence – the supercar has risen to another level compared to its predecessors.
The final model was the Lamborghini Aventador LP780-4 Ultimae roadster, which was sent to a customer in Switzerland. The car is equipped with a 780-horsepower V12 and is capable of accelerating to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds and reaching 355 km/h. is already being tested and should debut in 2023. It is known that its design will become even brighter – in the spirit of the limited Sian model.
Like the Lamborghini Sian, the new supercar will be a hybrid. It will retain the naturally aspirated V12 but will be supplemented with one or two electric motors. This will significantly increase power (it will exceed 800 hp), as well as slightly reduce fuel consumption and harmful emissions into the atmosphere.