A few weeks ago, last July, Lamborghini proudly announced the production of its 10,000th Urus, just two years after the launch of the SUV. Bis repeated today. This time, the Aventador has just passed the symbolic bar of 10,000 units produced.
The anniversary copy was released this Thursday, September 10 from the factory in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy. This is an SVJ Roadster model, the convertible and radical version of the supercar.
Dressed in a gray and red dress and powered by an atmospheric 6.5L V12 of 770 hp and 720 Nm of torque (2.9s to go from 0 to 100 km / h, 8.8s to reach 200 km / h and more than 350 km / h at peak), the car is intended for the Thai market.
9 years to reach the 10,000 mark
Unlike the Urus SUV, it took nine years for the sports car to reach this threshold of 10,000 units produced. The Aventador was indeed launched in 2011 in its LP 700-4 version. Replacing the Murcielago, it then stood out with a carbon fiber monocoque chassis (a first at the time for the bull brand), aggressive styling and a 700 hp V12 engine which made it the most powerful Lamborghini.
Aventador, a big family
In March 2012 then came the J variant, devoid of roof, windshield, and windows. Then in November of the same year, it was the turn of the Roadster version to see the light of day. In 2015, the powerful SV and SV Roadster (750 hp) will follow, in 2016 the improved versions Aventador S and S Roadster (740 hp) and finally in 2018 the radical SVJ and SVJ Roadster (770 hp). Not to mention the few special editions such as the Aventador Miura Homage in 2016, limited to 50 copies to celebrate the 50 years of the Miura. and even an "art car" variant signed by the American artist Skyler Gray.
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