Last Of The V12-Powered Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae Launched In India
Lamborghini will be producing only 600 units of the Aventador Ultimae worldwide, and the models in India are sold out
There’s a new Lamborghini in town and this one might be the most special of them all. The Lamborghini Aventador LP780-4 Ultimae has just been launched in coupe and roadster bodystyles, prices of which range from Rs 8 crore to Rs 10 crore. The Ultimae sits between the Aventador SVJ and the Aventador S(all prices, ex-showroom)
The Ultimae is also the swan song for the raging bull’s iconic V12 motor. Under the hood, it packs the same old and trusty 6.5-litre naturally aspirated V12 engine, which makes 780hp and 720Nm of torque, making it the most powerful Aventador in the lineup.
The Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae also tips the scale at 1,550kg, which makes it 25kg lighter than the Aventador S. Paired with a 7-speed gearbox and all-wheel-drive system, it can sprint from 0-100kph in just 2.8 seconds. Push it to its limits, and the Ultimae tops out at 355kph.
Apart from the mechanical stuff, the Ultimae also comes loaded with all the bells and whistles. This includes a customizable TFT screen, smartphone connectivity, voice commands and more. There’s also an optional telemetry system on offer in case you want to take a spin around the racetrack, which you’d want to.
Other electronics include multiple driving modes, with a customisable ‘Ego’ mode which lets you optimise parameters according to fine-tune the active suspension, steering response, power delivery and more.
Of course, the Aventador Ultimae is a looker. It is a Lamborghini, after all. Once you get over its poster-worthy design you’ll notice the fine nitty gritty the company has added for a truly drool-worthy performance and looks.
This includes a sportier front bumper, with a front splitter for aerodynamic reasons. Then there’s the rear diffuser along with an exhaust setup which looks like it was lifted straight from the SVJ. There’s also an active rear wing which can be set in three different positions, depending on the speed and the drive mode you select. Finally, the 20 and 21-inch alloy wheels complement the look.
Lamborghini will be producing only 600 units of the Aventador Ultimae, with a 350/250 split for the coupe and roadster. Only three of them (two roadsters and one coupe) have made it to India as of now, and it is no surprise that they are already sold out.
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