Since its debut at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, the Lamborghini Aventador has been a stalwart in the world of supercars. Named after a famous bull, like many of its predecessors, the Aventador is a testament to Lamborghini's commitment to the blend of high performance, luxury, and breathtaking design that underpins the brand's philosophy.
At the heart of the Aventador is a 6.5-liter V12 engine, embodying the raw power that has come to define Lamborghini's vehicles. Depending on the specific model and year, the engine produces between 690 and 770 horsepower, and up to 720 Nm (531 lb-ft) of torque. The Aventador's powertrain is coupled with a seven-speed ISR (Independent Shifting Rods) transmission, which Lamborghini claims to be faster than a dual-clutch transmission.
The Aventador can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 62 mph) in a staggering 2.9 to 2.8 seconds, depending on the model, and has a top speed of approximately 350 km/h (217 mph).
The Aventador carries forward Lamborghini's distinctive design language, characterized by sharp, angular lines and an aggressive stance. Read more
The interior of the Aventador is a fusion of comfort, luxury, and technology. Its cockpit-style layout is reminiscent of fighter jets, with a plethora of buttons and switches. High-quality leather upholstery and customizable interior options make each Aventador unique to its owner. The car also comes equipped with an infotainment system with navigation, real-time traffic updates, and Apple CarPlay compatibility.
Safety and driver assist features include stability control, carbon-ceramic brakes, and an advanced anti-lock braking system. Aventador models from later years also feature the Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Attiva (LDVA) system, which uses real-time data to adapt the car's behavior to the driver's needs.
Since its launch, the Aventador has been a top seller for Lamborghini. Its popularity has contributed significantly to the brand's strong sales figures over the past decade. Although the company does not release sales figures for individual models, Lamborghini reported delivering 7,430 vehicles globally in 2020, with the Aventador continuing to enjoy strong demand.