Ladies and gents, please meet the most powerful non-hybrid Lamborghini in the history of humanity! It’s beautiful, it’s powerful, and it’s here! The very new Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae packs the V12 engine and comes a decade from the premiere of the original LP700-4, at Geneva Motor Show in February 2011.
Codename LP 780-4 is still present, and in translation, it means the naturally aspirated V12 engine of 6.5 liters delivers a power of 780 PS, at 8.500 rpm. This beauty is also quite slender, with a weight not exceeding 1.550 kg (3.417 pounds), making it lighter than Aventador S.
Performances are impressive, as this Aventador Ultimae reaches the first 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds, topping at 355 km/h.
Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae blends elegance with luxury and power, noticeable both in the roadster and coupe versions. The owners will also be able to choose between four-wheel and rear-wheel-drive. The fixed rear wing will adapt itself at any of the three positions: maximum handling, closed, or maximum performance.
The car runs on 20- and 21-inch forged alloys, dressed in Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires. Both the alloys and the brake calipers can be finished in various colors.
Future owners will have a selection of 18 standard colors at their disposal, with over 300 hues waiting to be discovered in the Ad Personam customization program.
Lamborghini will limit production to 250 roadsters and 350 coupes. Both versions will be shown at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.