|769 CV||350 km/h||2.9s||6498 CC|
Lamborghini Aventador information
The Lamborghini Aventador follows in the footsteps of the most extreme supercars of the Italian company’s past, a lineage that goes back to the Countach, the Diablo and the Murciélago. Starting at €265,809 before tax (expect to pay €317,623), the Aventador is a V12 mid-engine, all-wheel drive supercar like no other, because it has no direct rival.
The Pagani Huayra has a similar concept, but costs more than three times as much and is rear-wheel drive only; the Ferrari F12 costs only slightly less, but its V12 is positioned in front of the driver, not behind; and supercars like the McLaren 650S and Ferrari 488 GTB use V8 engines to compete with Lamborghini’s entry-level supercar, the Huracán, and knock the Aventador down by around €94,110.
The Aventador was launched in 2011 and initially delivered on the promise of a wild car look and feel thanks to its remarkable engine. Lamborghini has responded to the critical acclaim with the impressive Aventador S and the track-focused SV.
It’s an expensive car, but the Aventador is one of the purest supercar experiences out there. And the SV models have even risen considerably in value.