aventador 2017

aventador 2017

Aventador 2017

  • poniedziałek 10:00-18:00
  • wtorek 10:00-18:00
  • środa 10:00-18:00
  • czwartek 10:00-18:00
  • piątek 10:00-18:00
  • sobota 10:00-14:00
  • niedziela Zamknięte

Wyposażenie

  • ABS
  • Elektryczne szyby przednie
  • Poduszka powietrzna kierowcy
  • Wspomaganie kierownicy
  • ASR (kontrola trakcji)
  • Czujnik zmierzchu
  • Elektrochromatyczne lusterka boczne
  • Gniazdo AUX
  • Kamera cofania
  • Kurtyny powietrzne
  • Nawigacja GPS
  • Podgrzewane lusterka boczne
  • Poduszki boczne przednie
  • System Start-Stop
  • Światła przeciwmgielne
  • Wielofunkcyjna kierownica
  • CD
  • Elektrycznie ustawiane lusterka
  • Poduszka powietrzna pasażera
  • Alarm
  • Bluetooth
  • Czujniki parkowania przednie
  • Elektrochromatyczne lusterko wsteczne
  • Gniazdo SD
  • Klimatyzacja automatyczna
  • Łopatki zmiany biegów
  • Odtwarzacz DVD
  • Podgrzewane przednie siedzenia
  • Poduszki boczne tylne
  • Światła do jazdy dziennej
  • Tapicerka skórzana
  • Centralny zamek
  • Immobilizer
  • Radio fabryczne
  • Alufelgi
  • Czujnik deszczu
  • Czujniki parkowania tylne
  • Elektrycznie ustawiane fotele
  • Gniazdo USB
  • Komputer pokładowy
  • MP3
  • Podgrzewana przednia szyba
  • Poduszka powietrzna chroniąca kolana
  • Przyciemniane szyby
  • Światła LED
  • Tempomat

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Lamborghini Aventador 751km Roadster LP750-4 SV Sensonum faktura FV23%

CENA BRUTTO 2.420 900 zł (cena auta po wszystkich opłatach, akcyza opłacona w pełnej kwocie)

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– Pierwszy właściciel od nowości
– Serwisowany w ASO Lamborghini Niemcy
– Książka serwisowa
– Kpl dokumentów (opłacona akcyza, przegląd, tłumaczenia, faktura, oryginalne tablice przywozowe)
– Auto sprzedajemy na podstawie Faktury VAT 23%

Walory techniczno / estetyczne:

– Stan mechaniczny (wzorowy, po odbytym okresowym serwisie w ASO Lamborghini)
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Ogólnopolska gwarancja producenta na 24 miesiące od daty pierwszej rejestracji

– Typ Nadwozia: Roadster
– Rodzaj Silnika: Benzynowy
– Moc: 751KM
– Skrzynia biegów: Automatyczna
– Przebieg: 500 km
– Kolor: Niebieski metalik (BLUE LE MANS) rewelacyjny kolor

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AVENTADOR LP 750-4 SV SUPERVELOCE ROADSTER 1 Z 500 LIMITED

sensonum» «system dźwięku Premium:»
Tylna kamera
Alu felgi 20/21 cali «Dianthus » połysk czarny
Pokrywa silnika z włukna węglowego X-Frame & T
Wielofunkcyjna kierownica w pełni Alcantara
Szycie: Rosso alala (Red)
Dach/softtop
Przezroczysta maska silnika:
Pasy bezpieczeństwa: Nero ADE (czarny)
Czerwone zaciski hamulcowe:
Panel drzwi: Nero Cosmus/Rosso alala
4. miejsca siedzące: Nero Cosmus/Rosso alala
Headliner: Nero Cosmus/Rosso alala
Kierownica: Nero Cosmus/Rosso alala
Kontrast kolor: Nero Cosmus/Rosso alala
Tylna konsola centralna: Nero Cosmus/Rosso alala
Pakiet znakowania z Alcantary
Pakiet podróżny
Dywaniki i Maty podłogowe: Nero Cosmus (czarny)
Przednia konsola centralna: Nero Cosmus (czarny)
Wewnętrzna część progu: Nero Cosmus (czarny)
Osłony przeciwsłoneczne: Nero Cosmus (czarny)
Zawieszenie magneto-reologiczne z systemem podnoszenia i czerwonymi sprężynami tylnymi:

ABS
Adaptacyjne światła doświetlające zakręty
System alarmowy
alufelgi
Podłokietnik
Lusterko wewnętrzne z funkcją automatycznego przyciemniania
Bluetooth
Centralny zamek
Czujnik deszczu
Czujnik świateł
Kokpit cyfrowy
Elektryczne szyby
Elektrycznie sterowane lusterka boczne
gwarancja
immobiliser
Zintegrowane przesyłanie muzyki
Klimatyzacja automatyczna
Komputer pokładowy
Kontrola trakcji
Reflektory LED
Światła do jazdy LED
Napęd na cztery koła
Dołącz CD
Manetki do łopatek
Pakiet sportowy
Pojazd użytkowany przez osoby niepełnosprawne
Przednie, boczne i inne poduszki powietrzne
Radioodbiornik
serwisowany
Nagłośnienie
Sportowe fotele
Sportowe zawieszenie
Opony letnie
System nawigacji
System start-stop
Monitorowanie ciśnienia w oponach
Układ ESP
Port USB
Wielofunkcyjna kierownica
Wspomaganie kierownicy
Zestaw głośnomówiący

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2020 Lamborghini Aventador

Review, Pricing, and Specs

  • Highs: Looks like nothing else on the road, pure V-12 experience, impossibly athletic for its size.
  • Lows: Obsolete transmission, roadster’s awkward roof removal, inadequate interior storage.
  • Verdict: The aging Aventador is a flamboyant send-off to unadulterated supercars.

Overview

With wild-looking bodywork and dramatic performance, the 2020 Lamborghini Aventador is spectacular in every sense of the word. It’s also the last of a dying breed, with hybrid technology expected to enhance future iterations of the V-12 supercar. Still, this wedge-shaped, scissor-doored Lambo blasts into the sunset with neck-snapping acceleration and a maniacal exhaust note. Hardtop versions avoid the cumbersome removable roof but lack the flamboyance of the topless roadsters. Those seeking maximum performance and prestige will want the feistier SVJ model. Sure, the 2020 Aventador is old by supercar standards and it’s the opposite of practical, but we challenge anyone to find a Lamborghini that’s more visceral.

What’s New for 2020?

As the Aventador approaches the end of its lifecycle, which launched way back in 2011, Lamborghini looks to say arrivederci with a convertible version of the SVJ variant for 2020. The roofless one was introduced at the 2019 Geneva auto show. Although the SVJ roadster has the same 759-hp V-12 and 217-mph top speed as the coupe, it costs about $50,000 more.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

  • S: $426,000 (est.)
  • S roadster: $468,000 (est.)
  • SVJ: $518,000 (est.)
  • SVJ roadster: $564,061

In typical supercar fashion, the 2020 Aventador can be thoroughly customized—and costs a small fortune. If our metaphorical pockets were deep enough, we’d spring for the top-of-the-line SVJ roadster. Not only is it marginally heavier than the coupe that set a lap record at the Nürburgring Nordschleife, it’s considerably prettier. Plus, why spend more than half a million dollars on a V-12–powered exotic if you can’t fully immerse yourself in its intoxicating soundtrack? The roadster enables that. From there, Lamborghini provides a plethora of paint and interior options that allow us to make sure our Aventador won’t be confused for one that movie stars and pro athletes drive.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The 2020 Aventador powertrain hierarchy begins with a mid-mounted naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V-12 that develops 730 horsepower and 509 lb-ft of torque that is transmitted to the wheels via a seven-speed automated-manual transmission. This basic setup is shared among the three distinct variants, but the track-focused SVJ (which stands for Superveloce Jota) has various enhancements that unlock extra horsepower and torque that meet the pavement through all four wheels. We drove this brutally powerful monster—along with its roofless counterpart—and experienced their tremendous acceleration and kidney-crushing cornering forces firsthand. The hefty machines heaved through the corners, but their incredible grip and rear-steering system helped it change direction. We have previously driven the Aventador S and the Aventador S roadster, with the latter’s top-down ability providing the best method to overhear the V-12’s thrilling timbre.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

With fuel-economy ratings in the single digits, the Aventador ranks among the least efficient cars on the market. The EPA expects all models to earn 9 mpg in the city and 15 mpg on the highway. While we haven’t had the opportunity to test the government’s estimates on our 200-mile route, we’re confident its real-world mpg will vary.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

In typical Lamborghini fashion, every Aventador supports a set of scissor doors that swing open upward. The low-slung interior is showing its age versus contemporary supercar rivals, but it can be fitted with a variety of premium materials and personalized options. Still, the cabin will not hold many small items, and luggage space is limited. The dashboard features a digital gauge cluster that changes its layout with the drive modes—Strada, Sport, and Corsa; Ego mode allows you to personalize the settings for powertrain, steering, and suspension.

Infotainment and Connectivity

Unfortunately, the Aventador’s standard infotainment system is behind the times, with dated graphics and awkward integration. In addition to voice commands and Apple CarPlay capability, the company offers a performance data recorder that saves lap times and track data. An upgraded audio system that adds door-mounted subwoofers and tweeters on the dashboard is also on the roster.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

The 2020 Aventador hasn’t been crash-tested by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) or the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Lamborghini also skips the driver-assistance technology that encumber less extraordinary cars.

Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

Compared with most mainstream automakers, Lamborghini’s powertrain warranty doesn’t look all that impressive. However, its protection plans are competitive with high-end rivals such as Ferrari and can be enhanced by optional maintenance packages.

  • Limited warranty covers 3 years or unlimited miles
  • Powertrain warranty covers 3 years or unlimited miles
  • No complimentary scheduled maintenance

Aventador 2017

  • poniedziałek 10:00-18:00
  • wtorek 10:00-18:00
  • środa 10:00-18:00
  • czwartek 10:00-18:00
  • piątek 10:00-18:00
  • sobota 10:00-14:00
  • niedziela Zamknięte

Wyposażenie

  • ABS
  • Elektryczne szyby przednie
  • Poduszka powietrzna kierowcy
  • Wspomaganie kierownicy
  • ASR (kontrola trakcji)
  • Elektrochromatyczne lusterka boczne
  • Gniazdo AUX
  • Kurtyny powietrzne
  • Nawigacja GPS
  • Podgrzewane lusterka boczne
  • Poduszki boczne przednie
  • Światła do jazdy dziennej
  • Tapicerka skórzana
  • CD
  • Elektrycznie ustawiane lusterka
  • Poduszka powietrzna pasażera
  • Alarm
  • Bluetooth
  • Elektrochromatyczne lusterko wsteczne
  • Gniazdo USB
  • Łopatki zmiany biegów
  • Odtwarzacz DVD
  • Podgrzewane przednie siedzenia
  • Przyciemniane szyby
  • Światła LED
  • Wielofunkcyjna kierownica
  • Centralny zamek
  • Immobilizer
  • Radio fabryczne
  • Alufelgi
  • Czujnik deszczu
  • Elektrycznie ustawiane fotele
  • Komputer pokładowy
  • MP3
  • Podgrzewana przednia szyba
  • Poduszka powietrzna chroniąca kolana
  • System Start-Stop
  • Światła przeciwmgielne

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Lamborghini Aventador 700km Roadster LP700-4 Sensonum FV23% faktura FV23%

CENA BRUTTO 1.491 900 zł (cena auta po wszystkich opłatach, akcyza opłacona w pełnej kwocie)

Historia samochodu / Historia Sprowadzenia

– Auto kupione w Niemieckim salonie Lamborghini
– Pierwszy właściciel od nowości
– Serwisowany w ASO Lamborghini Niemcy
– Książka serwisowa
– Kpl dokumentów (opłacona akcyza, przegląd, tłumaczenia, faktura, oryginalne tablice przywozowe)
– Auto sprzedajemy na podstawie Faktury VAT 23%

Walory techniczno / estetyczne:

– Stan mechaniczny (wzorowy, po odbytym okresowym serwisie w ASO Lamborghini)
– Wizualnie (brak zarysowań, otarć oraz wgnieceń) „ORYGINALNA POWŁOKA LAKIERNICZA”
– Auto w 100% bezwypadkowe

Ogólnopolska gwarancja producenta na 24 miesiące od daty pierwszej rejestracji

– Typ Nadwozia: Roadster
– Rodzaj Silnika: Benzynowy
– Moc: 700KM
– Skrzynia biegów: Automatyczna
– Przebieg: 12.700 km
– Kolor: Wiśniowy metalik

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11/2015 w w 5 981 km
01/2017 w w 7 842 km
04/2018 w w 13 712 km

Wnętrze skórzane BI-Color czarno/biały
Przezroczysta maska
Sensonum Premium Sound system
W pełni elektrycznie regulowane siedzenia
Pakiet dźwięku
Przedni + tylny park tronic PDC z tylną kamerą
dekoracyjne szwy białe (Arancio Leonis)
Kierownica wielofunkcyjna z perforowaną skórą
Emblematy lamborgihni tłoczone w zagłówkach
Pokrywa komory silnika węgiel
Maty drzwiowe czarne

ABS
alufelgi
Bluetooth
Centralny zamek
Czujnik deszczu
Czujnik świateł
Elektryczne szyby
Elektrycznie regulowane fotele
Elektrycznie sterowane lusterka boczne
gwarancja
immobiliser
Klimatyzacja automatyczna
Komputer pokładowy
Kontrola trakcji
Skórzana kierownica
Światła do jazdy LED
Napęd na cztery koła
Dołącz CD
Manetki do łopatek
Pakiet sportowy
Podgrzewane fotele
Pojazd użytkowany przez osoby niepełnosprawne
Przednie i boczne poduszki powietrzne
Radioodbiornik
Reflektory ksenonowe
serwisowany
Nagłośnienie
Sportowe fotele
Sportowe zawieszenie
System nawigacji
System start-stop
Układ ESP
Port USB
Sterowanie głosem
Wielofunkcyjna kierownica
Wspomaganie kierownicy
Zestaw głośnomówiący

2017 Lamborghini Aventador S: Now with Four-Wheel Steering and 730 HP

Lamborghini’s ferocious Aventador supercar becomes a bit more so for 2017 with a comprehensive update that, in keeping with Lambo tradition, brings an S designation. Along with a refreshed exterior, the big news is an upgrade to Lamborghini’s new four-wheel-steering system, first installed on the special-edition Centenario, and more power for its screaming V-12 engine.

The new Aventador’s beating heart retains its 6.5-liter displacement, but, thanks to more aggressive valve timing and intake tuning, now puts out an extra 39 horsepower for a total of 730. That means Lamborghini’s flagship 12-cylinder monster finally produces more power than Dodge’s 707-hp Hellcat V-8, which seems like an automotive wrong that needed righting. (To be fair, the outgoing, limited-run Aventador SV packed 740 horses.) The Aventador S also benefits from a slightly higher, 8500-rpm redline, all the better to experience the aural splendor of the sonorous Italian V-12. The seven-speed automated manual transmission and all-wheel-drive system carry over.

Enter the Ego

The new four-wheel-steering system, which we sampled in an Aventador SV prototype we drove at the Nürburgring, replaces conventional toe-control links with two separate actuators capable of changing the rear wheels’ steer angle in five milliseconds. As with most other systems of its kind, at low speeds the rear wheels turn in the opposite direction from the fronts for tighter turning. At higher speeds, the rear wheels turn in phase with the fronts to improve stability.

The car’s suspension is retuned, and the Aventador S also benefits from revised programming for the stability control and the drive modes. The Strada, Sport, and Corsa modes carry over, but an Ego drive mode (yes, really) is new and allows the driver to further customize the different stability-control, steering, and suspension settings. The standard Pirelli P Zero tires also are new for the S and are designed around the four-wheel-steering system. Also included on all Aventador S models are carbon-ceramic brake rotors.

A More Slippery Batmobile

We didn’t think it was possible for the Aventador to look any more menacing than it already did, but the S model’s styling updates achieve that feat. The front end features two new air ducts and a larger front splitter, while the rear has a new black diffuser and revised taillights. Lamborghini says that these changes result in a better aerodynamic profile with improved downforce at speed when the movable rear wing is in position.

A bit less hard-core are updates to the Aventador’s interior, which now includes Apple CarPlay for its central touchscreen (hey, supercar drivers have smartphones, too) and an optional telemetry system that records lap times and track performance.

The price for this 217-mph, high-revving Italian beast? A cool $424,845, or about $18,000 more than last year’s Aventador LP700-4 coupe. The equivalent of a compact hatchback may be a drop in the pool for those who can afford the extra power and agility of the S model, along with the knowledge that you own the latest and greatest version of Lamborghini’s flagship vehicle. The lucky few with the means can take delivery of their new Aventador S starting next spring.

Used 2017 Lamborghini Aventador Coupe

    Has one of the few non-turbocharged V12s on the market It is as fast as it looks Extrovert styling at its most extreme Uncomfortable for long trips Some flexibility required for getting in and out Rear visibility nonexistent

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2017 Lamborghini Aventador models

The Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 is available as a coupe or as a roadster with removable top. The Aventador SV LP 750-4 — the SV means Superveloce or literally «super fast» — is available in both coupe and roadster form as well. It weighs less and possesses increased power and more aggressive aerodynamic styling in the form of a front splitter, rear diffuser and gigantic wing.

With a 6.5-liter V12 engine, the Aventador LP 700-4 sends 700 horsepower and 508 pound-feet of torque to all four wheels via a seven-speed, single-clutch automatic transmission. Also available as an open-top convertible, the Aventador boasts a carbon-fiber monocoque in a mid-engine configuration and rocker-arm suspension. Trademark swing-up doors reveal a fighter-plane-cockpit inspired interior.

Racy exterior colors, such as Arancio Argos and Giallo Orion, can be complemented with two-tone leather interior concepts called Sportivo and Elegante. A rearview camera is available, and like many luxury sedans, Lamborghini has a custom-build program called Ad Personam that can handle special requests.

If the standard Aventador doesn’t provide enough downforce or grip for you, the Aventador SV LP 750-4 may provide you with the performance you’re looking for. Its V12 engine produces, you guessed it, 750 hp and 508 lb-ft of torque to all four center-lock wheels. The SV weighs approximately 100 pounds less than a comparable standard Aventador. The bodywork on the SV is practically right off a race car; it has carbon-fiber door panels and rear wing, as well as rockers and fenders in a version of carbon-fiber sheets called SMC, or sheet molding compound (essentially injection-molded carbon fiber). The inside features more carbon fiber in the doors and bucket seats, as well as the deletion of the infotainment system and sound-deadening material. Combined with the weight-loss program, the SV also includes magnetorheological dampers, downforce-generating front and rear fascia, as well as a gigantic rear diffuser and wing.

And finally, if you want to have the most ridiculous experience, Lamborghini offers the Aventador SV as a roadster. And, yes, you can also get the SV in whatever color combinations your mind can muster.

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Lamborghini Aventador LP 770-4 SVJ 2dr ISR 6.5

2019 (19 reg) | 1,550 miles

Lamborghini Aventador V12 6.5 2dr

2012 (62 reg) | 11,415 miles

Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 LP 700-4 ISR 4WD 2dr

2015 (65 reg) | 5,382 miles

Lamborghini Aventador LP740-4 S 6.5 2dr

2017 (67 reg) | 800 miles

Lamborghini Aventador LP 740-4 S 2dr ISR 6.5

2017 (17 reg) | 4,107 miles

Lamborghini Aventador V12 S-A

2012 | 10,045 miles

Lamborghini Aventador Sv Roadster LP750-4 6.5 2dr

2016 (16 reg) | 4,150 miles

Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 LP 740-4 S ISR 4WD 2dr

2018 (67 reg) | 3,500 miles

Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 LP 750-4 Superveloce Roadster ISR 4WD 2dr

2016 (65 reg) | 1,041 miles

Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 LP 770-4 SVJ ISR 4WD 2dr

2019 (19 reg) | 400 miles

Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 LP 750-4 Superveloce ISR 4WD 2dr

2017 (17 reg) | 5,233 miles

Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 LP 750-4 Superveloce Roadster ISR 4WD 2dr

2016 (16 reg) | 2,400 miles

Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 LP 750-4 Superveloce Roadster ISR 4WD 2dr

2016 (16 reg) | 367 miles

Lamborghini AVENTADOR LP750-4 SUPERVELOCE LP750-4 5.2 2dr

2016 (16 reg) | 5,000 miles

Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 LP 700-4 Roadster ISR 4WD 2dr EU5

2014 (14 reg) | 6,850 miles

Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 ROADSTER 6.5 2dr

2014 (63 reg) | 14,053 miles

Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 LP 700-4 Roadster ISR 4WD 2dr EU5

2014 (14 reg) | 12,950 miles

Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 LP 770-4 SVJ ISR 4WD 2dr

2019 (19 reg) | 519 miles

Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV Roadster 6.5 2dr

2017 (17 reg) | 2,500 miles

Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 LP 700-4 Roadster ISR 4WD 2dr

2014 (14 reg) | 13,172 miles

Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 LP 700-4 Roadster ISR 4WD 2dr EU5

2014 (14 reg) | 9,400 miles

Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 LP 700-4 Roadster ISR 4WD 2dr EU5

2014 (14 reg) | 17,713 miles

Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 LP 770-4 SVJ ISR 4WD 2dr

2019 (19 reg) | 850 miles

Lamborghini Aventador S LP 740-4 S 2dr ISR 6.5

2018 (18 reg) | 3,204 miles

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Frequently asked questions

    What is the top speed of the Lamborghini Aventador?

Lamborghini Aventadors offer a top speed range between 217mph and 218mph, depending on the version.

Lamborghini Aventador on-the-road prices RRP from £358,691 and rises to around £358,691, depending on the version.

According to the official figures, the Lamborghini Aventador’s fuel economy ranges between 14mpg and 18mpg.

The standard UK car tax rate is currently £145. You may also have to pay higher rates based on your car’s emission levels . Learn more about car tax bands.

Lamborghini Aventador

Discontinued in 2017

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2017 Lamborghini Aventador Review

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2017 Lamborghini Aventador Overview

Since 2011, the mid-engine Aventador has been Lamborghini’s flagship supercar for the masses. And by masses, we mean they’ve sold about 1,000 a year—big numbers compared to the 3 Veneno hypercars that ended up in the hands of customers. But 2017 is a bit of a rebuilding year for the Aventador. While the coupe and roadster continue to be available in both a base trim and a track-ready SV trim, Lamborghini has also introduced an all-new S trim as the future of the model. For 2017, the S is offered exclusively in coupe form with a refreshed exterior, 4-wheel steering, and more power. The Aventador also comes in a special Miura Homage trim, introduced in 2016 as a tribute to the beloved classic Lamborghini Miura. And if the regular array of options is not enough, all Lamborghinis can be custom ordered through the company’s Ad Personam program, which covers everything from interior and exterior color palettes to custom stitching and materials.

By far the biggest news for 2017 is the debut of the Aventador S trim. It’s been updated front and rear, but the new look isn’t just about cosmetics—Lamborghini claims major aerodynamic improvements, as well. The car’s 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine is capable of 740 hp and 509 lb-ft of torque and has a redline of 8,500 rpm, with 62 mph coming in just 2.9 seconds. Another important number? The MSRP, which is $421,350. 4-wheel steering—a first for a production Lamborghini—assists at both high and low speeds. Magnetorheological active suspension comes standard and has been updated specifically for the S. The same goes for the new car’s all-wheel drive (AWD) setup, and Pirelli even developed all-new P Zero tires for the S trim.

In addition to the performance upgrades, the Aventador S is equipped with a new customizable “Ego” drive mode that joins the existing Strada, Sport, and Corsa modes. Apple CarPlay now comes standard, and the new exhaust system is 20% lighter than before and emits a more sonorous roar. One thing that hasn’t changed, however, is Lamborghini’s single-clutch Independent Shifting Rod (ISR) 7-speed transmission, which carries over to the S. For now, the S trim is only available in coupe form, although a roadster variant is in the works.

The base Aventador coupe is powered by a modified version of the S trim’s V12 engine that’s good for 691 hp and 507 lb-ft, although it shares the same 2.9-second 0-to-62 time as the S. The roadster variant takes just one-tenth of a second longer than the coupe to reach 62 mph, and both come with AWD. The car’s Formula One-derived pushrod suspension lacks the dynamic magnetorheological setup found on the S or SV, and smaller 19-inch wheels are standard up front while the rear wheels get 20-inch rims. The only real difference between the coupe and roadster variants is the roadster’s carbon-fiber hardtop, which opens manually in 2 parts. The coupe starts at $399,500, while the roadster is priced at $443,800.

Built in a limited-edition run of just 50 cars, the Aventador Miura Homage starts with the base Aventador coupe and adds unique styling to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the legendary Lamborghini Miura. The Miura Homage trim will be available in the same 18 colors as the original Miura, with the lower part of the car finished in contrasting gold or matte silver and unique logos inside and out.

Aside from the one thing it gains—enough extra power to squeeze 740 hp out of its V12 engine—the Aventador SV trim is primarily defined by what it lacks. You won’t find navigation or soundproofing, but it does come with carbon-fiber body panels and vents designed to reduce body weight. The SV gets an active magnetorheological suspension at the front and rear, Lamborghini’s dynamic steering with a variable ratio, and 20-inch wheels up front and 21-inchers at the rear. Performance-wise, the SV coupe can reach 62 mph in 2.8 seconds and go on to a top speed of 217 mph. The roadster variant has the same top speed but takes an additional tenth of a second in its sprint to 62 mph. Starting price for the SV coupe is $490,700, while the SV roadster will cost $535,500.

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Consumer Reviews

What drivers are saying

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by LilianaF from San Jose on May 17, 2018

This vehicle is absolutely gorgeous. The interior design is beautiful. It absolutely reaches it’s full potential. If I had to rate this out of 10, I’d rate it a 13. Outrageously beautiful. Read full review

by Raza Ullah from Mandibahauddin on May 14, 2017

Lamborghini is a name of quailty. Avendador is a good hyper car. This sport car style is amazing. I like it very much. Read full review

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    2017 Lamborghini Aventador Review

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    2017 Lamborghini Aventador models

    The Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 is available as a coupe or as a roadster with removable top. The Aventador SV LP 750-4 — the SV means Superveloce or literally «super fast» — is available in both coupe and roadster form as well. It weighs less and possesses increased power and more aggressive aerodynamic styling in the form of a front splitter, rear diffuser and gigantic wing.

    With a 6.5-liter V12 engine, the Aventador LP 700-4 sends 700 horsepower and 508 pound-feet of torque to all four wheels via a seven-speed, single-clutch automatic transmission. Also available as an open-top convertible, the Aventador boasts a carbon-fiber monocoque in a mid-engine configuration and rocker-arm suspension. Trademark swing-up doors reveal a fighter-plane-cockpit inspired interior.

    Racy exterior colors, such as Arancio Argos and Giallo Orion, can be complemented with two-tone leather interior concepts called Sportivo and Elegante. A rearview camera is available, and like many luxury sedans, Lamborghini has a custom-build program called Ad Personam that can handle special requests.

    If the standard Aventador doesn’t provide enough downforce or grip for you, the Aventador SV LP 750-4 may provide you with the performance you’re looking for. Its V12 engine produces, you guessed it, 750 hp and 508 lb-ft of torque to all four center-lock wheels. The SV weighs approximately 100 pounds less than a comparable standard Aventador. The bodywork on the SV is practically right off a race car; it has carbon-fiber door panels and rear wing, as well as rockers and fenders in a version of carbon-fiber sheets called SMC, or sheet molding compound (essentially injection-molded carbon fiber). The inside features more carbon fiber in the doors and bucket seats, as well as the deletion of the infotainment system and sound-deadening material. Combined with the weight-loss program, the SV also includes magnetorheological dampers, downforce-generating front and rear fascia, as well as a gigantic rear diffuser and wing.

    And finally, if you want to have the most ridiculous experience, Lamborghini offers the Aventador SV as a roadster. And, yes, you can also get the SV in whatever color combinations your mind can muster.

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