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The final naturally aspirated V12 supercar to bear the Lamborghini badge has rolled off the firm's production line in Sant'Agata Bolognese.
The final N.A. V12 Lamborghini - an Aventador Ultimae Roadster finished in blue - is headed to Switzerland. This final Aventador Ultimae Roadster is finished in very special light blue shade finalized through Lamborghini's Ad Personam customization programme.
The Ultimae Roadster and Coupe were the final hurrah for the Aventador, the most successful Lamborghini V12 model ever. The coupe was limited to just 350 units while the Roadster was even rarer with just 250 ever built.
The Aventador Ultimae sported the most potent form of Lamborghini's outgoing naturally aspirated 6.5-litre V12 engine to date, with the vocal powerplant putting out 769bhp at 8,500rpm and 720Nm of peak torque at 6,750rpm. Power is sent to all four wheels via a 7-speed single clutch robotized manual gearbox. The Aventador Ultimae sprints from 0-100km/h in just 2.8 seconds and can hit a top speed of 355km/h.
This final Ultimae Roadster also marks the end of the Aventador era at Lamborghini. He Aventador has been Lamborghini's most successful V12 model of all time. Lamborghini sold more Aventadors than all of its previous V12 models combined, which shows just how popular this flagship model from Sant'Agata Bolognese was.
Lamborghini rolled out its 5,000th Aventador in the fifth year of the supercar's production, matching the total number of Murciélago models ever produced. In September 2020, the 10,000th Aventador was delivered to its owner.
Over the years, Lamborghini has produced multiple versions of the Aventador. The OG Aventador was unveiled back in 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show (remember the times when those shows used to be a thing) with the roadster following a year later.
SV and SVJ models with their roadster variants arrived in the following year before Lamborghini refreshed the platform with the Aventador S that arrived at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. SV and SVJ models of the refreshed Aventador platform followed before it was finally brought to an end with the Ultimae models.
The Aventador platform also spawned many special edition models including Jota, the Anniversario, the Pirelli Edition, the Miura Homage, and the SVJ Xago. The platform was also used as base for many of Lamborghini's recent one-off and few-off models like the Veneno, Centenario, SC18 Altson, Sian FKP 37 and the bonkers new Countach LPI 800-4.
Speaking about the Aventador and the marque's N.A. V12 engine as the final model rolled off the production line, Stephan Winkelmann, Chairman and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini said, "The Lamborghini Aventador was a game-changer at its launch, and the flagship Lamborghini model for 11 years of production. The V12 engine has been part of Lamborghini's heritage since the company's earliest days; the beating heart of models from Miura to Diablo, Countach to Murciélago. The Aventador captured Lamborghini's competencies in design and engineering when it debuted in 2011, with Lamborghini values that are always at the centre of company and product impetus: pure, futuristic design; benchmarking performance; and addressing technical challenges with innovation to produce the most emotive, class-leading super sports cars. These principles are the very essence of the Lamborghini Aventador, and assure its timeless appeal."
Thoughts About the Final N.A. V12 Lamborghini
The final naturally aspirated V12 engined Lamborghini has rolled off the production line. THis marks the end of an era at the flamboyant Italian brand which will continue to use V12 engines, though the new powerplants will be assisted by electric motors, making them in essence, hybrids...