Not even a month ago, Lamborghini India brought the last of its kind V12-powered Aventador Ultimae to our shores in a roadster avatar. Now, the raging bull has also driven in the Coupe version of the supercar. While the company is yet to disclose the pricing, our sources suggest it is somewhere between Rs 8 to 10 crore (ex-showroom India). 

Sharad Agarwal, Head of Lamborghini India said, “We are delighted to unveil the first Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae Coupé in the country. Limited to 350 units of Coupé version worldwide, the Ultimae has the highest-performing naturally aspirated V12 engine in Lamborghini history, as well as sophisticated technical solutions and unrivalled styling. It is the most powerful Aventador ever built, and we are thrilled to introduce it to our Lamborghini clients and enthusiasts in India.”

As we mentioned earlier, sitting between the Aventador SVJ and the Aventador S, the Ultimae is a swan song of the company’s legendary V12 motor. The 6.5-litre mill churns out 780PS of power and 720Nm of torque, enough to propel you from 0-100kmph in just 2.8 seconds. If you’re feeling adventurous, the Ultimae tops out at 355kmph!

Just like the Roadster, special attention is paid to the aerodynamics of the Coupe’s design. With a more aero-focused front bumper and an active rear wing, the Aventador Ultimae tips the scale at 1,550kg which makes it 25kg lighter than the Aventador S.

Despite its aggressive looks, comfort hasn’t been compromised in the cabin. The Ultimae gets a customisable TFT digital driver’s display, voice commands, connected car tech and Apple CarPlay. Similar to the Roadster, the coupe to gets the option of the telemetry system, for more pointed feedback on the racetrack.

Lamborghini isn’t done yet though. According to reports, the company is looking to bring two new versions of the Urus and a new entrant in the Huracan lineup. We suspect it might be the hybrid version of both cars, given that the company is set to launch its first EV around 2030. Until then, feast your eyes on the last of the V12.

Image credits: Lamborghini India