Lamborghini launches the Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae: the model that pays tribute to the iconic V12 combustion engine super sports car by concentrating the purest essence of all Aventador versions into a perfect finale. The Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae harnesses the performance of the SVJ and enhances the sophisticated elegance of the Aventador S, converging design and dynamism into a collector’s car in Coupé and Roadster versions. The elegant lines of the Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae combine with the performance of this final version. The 6.5-liter twelve-cylinder “Longitudinal Rear” (LP) engine puts out 780 hp: 40 hp more than the Aventador S and 10 hp more than the SVJ on its permanent all-wheel drive.
The design of the Aventador Ultimae – created by the style center led by Mitja Borkert – adopts a specific concept for the front bumper to increase aerodynamic load, with longitudinal performance similar to that of the SVJ. The LP 780-4’s front splitter and “mouth” direct additional airflow to optimize aerodynamic efficiency and engine and radiator cooling, for state-of-the-art aerodynamic performance. Front bumper vents and side cooling system vents reduce aerodynamic interference with the front tires and optimize airflow to the rear radiator; completing the dynamic exterior is the Ultimae’s lightweight rear bumper, a tribute to the SVJ’s sporty nature.
Its profile, with its clean and free lines, is as recognizable and timeless as all the profiles of the other Lamborghini classics with V12 engines: Countach, Diablo and Murciélago. A new range of options is available for both the interior and exterior for a refined and elegant, yet dynamic and distinctive representation of the latest Aventador. The Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae Coupe is launched in a two-tone, gray-on-grey hue, with lines and details such as the splitter profile and front fins in matte Rosso Mimir, while the Roadster is available in Blu Tawaret and Blu Nethuns, with gloss black carbon fiber roof panels.