Lamborghini’s fifth generation V12 supercar was officially presented in Geneva.
LP700-4 is a V12 engine amazing car that has 691-horsepower, 4.78 meters long, 2.26 meters wide, and only, 1.134 meters high. Body parts and proportions for LP700-4 have been calculated to improve the car’s aerodynamics as much as possible. All of the aerodynamic elements are integrated into the body shell form, from the front spoiler to the rear diffuser, while the rear spoiler is deployable and controlled electronically. The 4 degree approach angle is optimized for high speed and assists directional stability at the very top end of the spectrum. The 11 degree tilt, on the other hand, delivers considerably greater downforce at mid-range speeds, helping to optimize handling and stability.
The nearest competitor may be Mercedes Benz and the 300SL Gullwing of the past and SLS AMG of today.
“Aventador” was a bull whose career peaked in 1993 in the town of Saragozza, Spain, when he and the torero had a particularly spirited encounter prior to ol’ Aventador’s inevitable skewering. This particular beastie belonged to the breeding stables of the sons of Don Celestino Cuadri Vides and, for unknown reasons surely banal, he bore the number 32 singed on his hide.
We don’t know nothing about how much this car will cost, or how many pieces will be made, so let’s see the gallery!