The history of the evolution of the Lamborghini Aventador in 6 minutesAugust 29, 2019
Every year, the Italian company tried to improve its supercar, starting in 2011. Several times the car suffered updates, making it an increasingly good vehicle.
The Italian concern Lamborghini is known worldwide for its developments. Many legendary supercars left the assembly line of this company, including Aventador. By the way, in addition to this model, the changes often applied to other car models.
At first, the Italian sports model Aventador LP700-4 had a 6.5-liter naturally-aspirated V12 engine under the hood, delivering 700 horsepower at 8250 rpm and. Its maximum speed was 350 km / h with a mass of 1575 kg, which is quite a lot compared to other supercars / hypercars. Acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h is only 2.9 seconds. Also in the arsenal of the supercar there was an automatic transmission and a 7-speed transmission. The starting price of this “monster” was $ 393,695 at the time of the start of sales.
A little later, another model appeared – Aventador J. Having all the same engine. However, it was a more budget version of the supercar, as it lacked some functions, such as air conditioning and radio. The car was introduced by the company in 2012.
And the next year another supercar was introduced – Veneno, released in a total of 12 copies, the price for each was 4-4.5 million US dollars. In the same year, 200 Aventador 50 Anniversario cars, 100 roadsters and 100 coupes were produced, with a capacity of 710 horsepower.
And only 2 years after that, in 2015, the Italian company decided to finalize its Aventador on the technical side. The newly released Superveloce developed the same maximum speed, but the engine power was already 740 horsepower. In the 16th year, the rear-wheel drive Aventador S had a capacity of 730 horsepower.
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