October 27, 2021

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Lamborghini | Last farewell to Weather V12

Lamborghini |  Last farewell to Weather V12

The V12 has long been a major center of Lamborghini’s identity. From the manufacturer’s first model 350 GT to the extraordinary Aventador with a rear mid – engine, his verve and musicality have long been heartbreaking. Now it was time to say hello to him for the last time, even in his purest weather form.


Lamborghini has showcased the latest iteration of its Aventador, with a full decade of life, without various improvements to stay fit. Called the LP 780-4 Ultimate, it represents a maximum power of 780 metrichp (769hp in North American measurement), which is 40hp higher than the S version and 10hp higher than the SVJ. 0-100 km / h, very short in 2.8 seconds, undoubtedly faster than the pronunciation of its name. If you find the track long enough, it can reach speeds of up to 355 km / h.

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La Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 latest

This also marks the end of the Ultimate Weather V12 as Lamborghini prepares its power turn with hybrid mechanics for the next generations of its supercars. Again nothing will be the same, which will undoubtedly increase the value of this latest vintage.

Always have all-wheel drive to properly transmit this power to the ground, this Aventador also benefits from the rear steering, thereby reducing its turning radius while improving agility. At 4.8 meters long and 2.2 m wide, it still bears the same footprint as the Jeep Grand Cherokee.

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Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimate interior

Various active aerodynamic attachments are clearly used to provide support when reducing drag and see that its front bumper is redesigned to ensure better cooling of mechanical parts.

To close this exciting chapter of the brand with bulls only 350 units will be produced in the coupe version and 250 in the Roadster Bodywork.

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