The Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae will mark the end of a glorious era
Lamborghini has unveiled the Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae, the last naturally-aspirated V12 production model from the Italian brand.
It combines sharp looks of the Aventador S and the performance of the SVJ and will be produced in a numbered series of 350 units in coupe and 250 roadster editions.
This will be the last time Lambo will be using its 6.5-litre V12 engine. In the Aventador Ultimae, it produces 780 PS and 720 Nm of torque. It will be mated to the familiar 7-speed transmission which sends the motor’s power to all 4 wheels.
Weighing 1550 kg (dry), supercar has a 355 km/hr top speed, while its 0-100 km/hr sprint time is 2.8 seconds. The car’s characteristics can be altered through drive modes – Strada, Sport, Corsa and Ego – that are on offer.
What’s more, the Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae has active suspension, carbon ceramic brakes, 4-wheel steering, recalibrated ESC and active aero that are managed by the Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Attiva (LDVA) system.
Visually, this last hurrah bearing the Aventador name comes with the same stunning styling, but with specific changes as it combines the best elements found on the Aventador S and SVJ.
The LP 780-4 Ultimae comes with a new front bumper for increased aero load on the front, reduce aerodynamic interference from the front tyres and optimise wake flow to the rear radiator to more effectively cool the engine.
Also, there is a new lightweight rear bumper, while the wing works with vortex generators (in the front and rear of the chassis’ underside) to maximise air flow and improve brake cooling.
Lamborghini will offer a new palette of options for the supercar’s exterior and interior, while owners can make use of Lamborghini Ad Personam to further personalise the Aventador Ultimae to their heart’s content.