2013 Lamborghini Avetador Factory

Lamborghini has recently attained an important milestone of completing the production of 2000 units of its flagship model, Aventador on Thursday. The valiant soul achieved the milestone in a short span of two years without loosing a wee bit of charm across the globe. Lamborghini started the assembling of Aventador in 2011 at its Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy state-of-the-art facility.

The predecessor model of Aventador, Lamborghini Murciélago, reached the 2000 mark in four and a half years after the commencement of its production that also makes the event more blissful for the Lamborghini. The exclusive Italian bull is powered by a V12, 6.5-litre petrol engine that makes the brutal amount of 700 BHP power and its wheels scream from 0-100 in just 2.9 seconds! The no. 2000 car is delivered to the US AT&T Chief Intelligence Officer, Thaddeus Arroyo. Arroyo has keen interest in Lamborghini cars and already owns a Gallardo LP 550-2 Spyder.

Lamborghini produces only five Aventadors in a day including the Roadster body style. Lamborghini says that the company fails to meet out the demands and Aventador has an astounding waiting list of more than one year. The production of Aventador is limited to 4000 units only as the mould used to craft the carbon fibre body part, lasts for only 500 units of production and company has made only eight moulds for the Aventador design. However, to keep ourselves cheerful we don’t mind to encounter the Aventador even after the decades.

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