Lamborghini Aventador reaches 10,000 production units – Car News

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Sant’Agata Bolognese — Automobili Lamborghini has reached an important milestone with its V12 model: in nine years, the Sant’Agata Bolognese plant has produced 10,000 Aventadors. The supercar with chassis number 10,000 is an Aventador SVJ Roadster in Grigio Acheso color with Rosso Mimir (red) and Ad Personam Rosso Alala (red) livery and black interior. The car will be shipped to Thailand.

The Aventador range debuted in 2011 in a coupé version as the Aventador LP 700-4. Thanks to the new technological solutions introduced, it soon became a new point of reference in the world of super sports cars.

Its innovative monocoque in carbon fiber produced in the Sant’Agata Bolognese plant is a “single body”: different from other solutions, it combines the passenger compartment, floor and roof of the car in a single structure, guaranteeing extremely high structural rigidity and therefore maximum performance in terms of dynamic behavior and passive safety.

New high-performance V12 engine developed for the Aventador LP 700-4: with 700 HP (515 kW) at 8,250 rpm, it set a new benchmark in the world of super sports cars upon its introduction, allowing 2.9 seconds of acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h and a top speed of 350 km/h.

In November 2012, Automobili Lamborghini presented the Roadster version of the Aventador. The roof is made up of two parts and is made entirely of carbon fibre, using various technologies including RTM and Forged Composite®, technologies that ensure maximum aesthetic effect and extremely low weight. In fact, each part of the roof weighs less than 6 kg. The C-pillar has been redesigned to provide a properly supported detachable roof, to accommodate the automatic occupant protection system and for adequate engine room ventilation.

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The Aventador J was presented at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, an “open” super sports car with seamless exterior and interior.

In 2016 Automobili Lamborghini launched the Aventador Miura Homage, a special series derived from the Aventador coupé to pay homage to the Miura, the forerunner of Lamborghini’s V12 super sports car, on its 50th birthday. Created by the company’s Ad Personam department and limited to only 50 units, the Aventador Miura Homage reflects the original Miura model in colors and features.

In 2016, the new Lamborghini Aventador S was presented, featuring a new aerodynamic design, redesigned suspension, more power and completely updated driving dynamics. The “S” denotes an enhanced version of the Lamborghini model. The Aventador S uses a 6.5-litre 12-cylinder engine with an output of 40hp more than the previous model, at 740hp.

In 2018, the Aventador SVJ was introduced. “SV”, as per tradition, stands for Superveloce, and “J” stands for “Jota”, indicating the car’s superiority on the track and in terms of performance. Only 63 examples of the SVJ 63 were produced to honor the founding year of Automobili Lamborghini: 1963.

In 2018, the Aventador SVJ was introduced. “SV” stands for Superveloce, and “J” stands for “Jota”, indicating the car’s superiority on the track and in terms of performance. The Aventador SVJ established itself as the fastest production vehicle on Germany’s famous Nürburgring-Nordschleife circuit, covering 20.6km in just 6:44.97 minutes. Production of the SVJ was limited to 900 units. The SVJ 63, a special edition with a unique set-up that highlights the extensive use of carbon fibre, was produced in just 63 units to honor the founding year of Automobili Lamborghini: 1963.

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In 2019, the Aventador S by Skyler Gray was launched, symbolizing the fusion of two concept arts. On the one hand there is the automotive art of Lamborghini, where designs with unique shapes, which have always been characterized by taut lines, three-dimensional volumes, geometries and styling elements of the past, are combined with cutting-edge technological solutions. Skyler Grey, on the other hand, uses the main techniques of street art – airbrush, spray gun, rollers and stencils – to personalize the bodywork of the car in her characteristic Pop style with orange and yellow tones. The car was painted in three weeks at the new Lamborghini paint shop. [Idr]



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