While the Italian manufacturer recently announced the production of the 10,000e copy of his Lamborghini Urus and this, barely two years after the start of its marketing, it is around the Avantador to reach the same milestone, but in his case, it took a lot longer.
Introduced to the market just over nine years ago, the Lamborghini Aventador succeeded the Murciélago a car produced between 2001 and 2010 and which proved to be the former representative of Lamborghini's V12-powered cars.
This week, the Aventador passed a historic milestone, the 10,000e copy was produced, it took a little less than 10 years to reach this historic mark. At a time when speculation is rife about the arrival of a replacement, the Aventador has been one of the brand's most popular exotics.
For 2020, the Lamorghini Aventador is sold in four versions, S and S Roadster benefiting from a 740 horsepower V12 engine, while the SVJ and SVJ Roadster liveries benefit from the same V12 mechanics, but this time pushing the power to 770 horsepower.
For now, the Lamborghini Gallardo is still the best-selling Lamborghini Gallardo in the history of the Italian manufacturer with 14,000 units sold in 10 years of production, but the Urus will soon beat that feat.
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