The Lamborghini Aventador was initially revealed in Sant’Agata Bolognese in Italy. In February 2011, it was launched at the Geneva International Motor Show as a replacement for the Lamborghini Murcielago.
In 2012, the Italian premium carmaker announced the production of the roadster version fitted with a removable roof and consists of two carbon fiber panels.
In 2018, the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ was launched globally including the Philippines. It was introduced in the market a year after with only 900 units produced.
The Lamborghini Aventador series measures 4,797mm to 4,943mm long, 2,030mm wide, and 1,136mm tall. It's a well-crafted masterpiece that effortlessly standouts at any road it sets on. It features a wide and low body, broad air intakes, highly-designed scissor doors, LED lights at the front and rear, electrically operated and heated side mirrors, an electric-adjustable rear spoiler, hexagonal tailpipes, and a set of finely-crafted 20-inch to 21-inch forged aluminum-alloy wheels.
The cabin of the Lamborghini Aventador is opulent, mixed with generous attributes of a finely-designed racing car cockpit. Notable highlights include Alcantara leather seats with power-adjusting features, trimmings of metal and carbon fiber, carbon-skin cabin treatment, dual-zone climate control, USB ports for charging, auto-dimming rearview mirror, perfectly-positioned toggle switches, paddle shifters, and a central tachometer.
Although it offers two seats, it provides a wide space for two fully grown adults.
Technology & Safety Features
The Lamborghini Aventador is fitted with a digital TFT display. Infotainment is based on the Audi Multimedia Interface with Bluetooth connectivity, Apple CarPlay, Aux input, text-to-speech system, and navigation with traffic details. As an option, it can be paired with a Sensonum sound system for a reasonable fee.
In terms of safety, it comes with a generous number of airbags, seat belts pretensioner, adaptive magnetorheological dampers, a rearview camera, parking sensors, a nose-lifting system, traction control, advanced stability control, tire pressure monitoring system, an anti-lock braking system, and more.
Platform & Chassis
The Lamborghini Aventador is built using a carbon fiber monocoque design. It is equipped with a Double Wishbone pushrod suspension at the front and rear. Its braking power is assisted by a 400mm ventilated carbon-ceramic disc at the front and 380mm ventilated carbon-ceramic disc at the rear.
Engine & Drivetrain
The Lamborghini Aventador series is built with an all-wheel-drive system. All vehicles utilize a 6.5-liter V12 engine. It is mated with a seven-speed automatic transmission and produces 729 to 759 horsepower.