The Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 is still the Italian for angular brilliance but after four years in development it’s a beast of a supercar the handles surprising well.
Lamborghini Aventador: No bull
Lamborghini aficionados may complain that the very the eccentricities of previous models that made for a tougher behind-the-wheel experience was exactly what made the car so unique. Battling with unbridled power and acceleration was always the more sporting side of owning a car such as this. But you can certainly see that the legendary car manufacturer form Emilia-Romagna in Northern Italy have always striven for the perfect sports car so this is natural evolution.
6.5-litre V-12 mid-mounted engine generates a whopping 690 hp, which gives a stomach churning 0-100 km/h in 2.9 seconds. The 80’s-chic wing doors are standard but the line of the car is bit more bullish hence the name ‘Aventador’, a legendary trophy-winning Spanish fighting bull. With a top speed of 350 kph this is a serious brute of a supercar. As is all the rage these days much of the aluminium in the chasis has been replaced by carbon fibre making it 90 kg lighter, for that you also get a more responsive, flexible car that takes corners better and sticks to the road.
“With the Aventador LP 700-4, the future of the super sports car is now part of the present. Its exceptional package of innovative technologies is unique, its performance simply overwhelming,” says Stephan Winkelmann, President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini. “The Aventador is a jump of two generations in terms of design and technology, it’s the result of an entirely new project, but at the same time it’s a direct and consistent continuation of Lamborghini’s brand values. It is extreme in its design and its performance, uncompromising in its standards and technology, and unmistakably Italian in its style and perfection. Overall, the dynamics and technical excellence of the Aventador LP 700-4 makes it unrivalled in the worldwide super sports car arena.”
The interior has been restyled too with a lot more headroom and more comfortable seat configuration. The exquisite upholstering can be individualised to you specifications; what’s the point in buying a car like this if you’re not going to at least have your initials on the seats?
By Hugo Mc Cafferty
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