If there’s one farewell party, it’s the Aventador.
All good things come to an end, and when it’s time to say goodbye, especially to a car that the world has loved for more than a decade, it’s just that it comes out with a push. The Lamborghini Aventador has been the brand’s flagship model since 2011, and at the time it was based on Lamborghini’s legacy and has become one of the most beloved models ever made. The combination of its naturally ambitious 6.5-liter V12 engine and all-wheel drive makes for a supercar that is elegant, fast, dynamic and truly apt for the Lamborghini name.
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Aventador has gone through many generations and versions throughout its life, from the original Aventador to SV, S, SVJ and finally Ultimae. In an amazing show, Carwow assembled each Aventador for a drag race. In addition to a chorus of incredible V12 engines, except for the Ultimae, it is a factory-fresh car that is one of only 350 made so far, the cars have put down all the incredible performances that Aventador and all Lamborghinis are known for. Even the original Aventador, although it was in last place, maintained an amazing speed with its fast and new peers. The standing quarter-mile race was a three-way tie between the S, SV, and SVJ, while the rolling half-mile race was dominated by the SVJ’s gearbox. With sub-11-second quarter-mile time and an unmistakable V12 engine note, the Lamborghini Aventador is still one of the greatest performance cars in the world, even becoming more flexible.
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