The Lamborghini Aventador is not necessarily the most modern supercar today, but it is nonetheless that it still remains today one of the most efficient. Still, its mechanics are pretty straightforward to say the least, at least compared to anything we're used to seeing today in a modern supercar.
Under his hood, the atmospheric 6.5-liter V12 has not changed since 2011 apart from a few tweaks and increased power for some versions. With its 700 horsepower, the Aventador has always been able to reach the best level, in particular thanks to high performance with a 0 to 100 km / h shipped in 2.9 seconds, a maximum speed oscillating around 350 km / h and a 1000 meters standing start shot in 19.3 seconds.
The Lamborghini Aventador also served as the basis for the development of certain specific Lamborghinis that are limited in number. We can for example quote the Lamborghini Sián, limited to 63 copies and which is based on the Aventador, with the addition nevertheless of a hybrid system for a cumulative power of 819 horsepower.
The Lamborghini Aventador is also available in several models, the Aventador J first of all, a unique model which in a way announces the roofless model which will arrive in 2012 with the Aventador Roadster. In 2015, the firm at Taurus unveils the SV version (for SuperVeloce), in coupe and roadster, a model produced at 600 copies. It is distinguished by its V12 whose power has been increased to 750 horsepower.
The Aventador will also have had the right to some special editions, such as the "Miura Homage" in 2016 to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the presentation of the Miura at the Geneva Motor Show, or the "Pirelli Edition" to celebrate 52 years of collaboration between Lamborghini and Pirelli. In 2017, Lamborghini presents a kind of restyling with the Aventador S whose power of the V12 goes from 700 to 740 horsepower.
Finally, in 2017, Lamborghini certainly gratifies us with the ultimate evolution of its Aventador, with the SVJ (for SuperVeloce Jota) with a power of 770 horsepower and 720 Nm. 963 cut will come out of the Sant'Agata Bolognese workshops while 800 discoverable models will be produced. There was even still a special version within the SVJ Limited Edition itself with the Aventador SVJ Xago Edition, a series limited to 10 copies which celebrates the inauguration of the brand's new "Ad Personam" virtual studio.
Today, Lamborghini therefore celebrates 10,000 Aventador produced since its presentation at the Geneva Motor Show in 2011. This may not seem like much for a car released nine years ago and especially against the Lamborghini Urus which reached this figure in just two years on the market. It should also be remembered that the Aventador demands a sacred check to afford it, in this case no less than 340,000 euros, without the options and the penalty, for an Aventador S in France.
France is obviously not the preferred market for this type of car, but it continues to attract some buyers, even if the year 2020 is not really exceptional for the model since only five Aventadors were sold new in France since the start of the year. Last year, 27 French customers succumbed to the charms of the atmospheric V12.