The Lamborghini Aventador will end soon – with the LP 780-4 Ultimae nearing its end. But saying goodbye is nothing but silence.
Sant’Agata Bolognese – Over-Lambo fans need not be sad. Maybe they easily protect the most impressive bull of all time for LP 780-4 Ultimae – or they already have a dream come true. Because the upcoming Aventador, named after a car manufacturer from Sant’Agata Bolognese keeps secrets as well as technical details, driven by a naturally-occurring powerful V12 engine. However, it should get the front electric axle and thus the first step towards power supply to be consistent for years to come with strict exhaust gas regulations. as reported by 24auto.de.
Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae in the quiz: Goodbye to the big bang
It hasn’t gotten that far yet, and so Lamborghini developers let you grow it for now – and very strongly. Have fun in the best sports car that is like no other will ever be. Access and dreams in a machine of military time, wide and flat, which is still inspiring and perhaps more than ever.
Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae on trial: V12 engine delivers 780 hp
Vicious roaring V12, impressive driving performance thanks to the 574 kW / 780 hp, which is brought to the road almost entirely by a Haldex all-wheel drive. The steering wheel of the steering wheel makes you dream, the impulse that hits you in the seats of a sports car and not just the belts, it is still big, attractive and attractive. Only the V12 can do something like that, which doesn’t have to be a suction engine, because old-fashioned brands like that. Porsche, Ferrari au bmw it has been shown that general sensitivity has nothing to do with the type of combustion.
Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae on trial: “It is the last of its kind”
“The Aventador LP 780-4 is the ultimate Lamborghini, clean and timely production engine for the V12,” says Stephan Winkelmann (57), President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini. a matter of unparalleled structure, technical solutions. and the most emotional experience of driving and is a sure Aventador that closes the supernatural era. He is the last of its kind. ” Unfortunately, 15 Aventador’s Ultimae models were on a cargo ship that had recently sunk into the Atlantic. – must now be reproduced.
Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae on trial: 355 km / h top speed
Of course, the Lamborghini Aventador has been going on for years and its biggest enemy has long been a few meters away in one factory. Designs such as the Lamborghini Huracan STO or Performante have consistently affected Aventador with a car racing technology worth seeing, not just in the race. But the Aventador LP 780-4 Vertical V12 engine suction engine is just different, bigger, more specific and thus a better sports car. From Ultima Edizione there are 350 narrow coupés and 250 road operators – all jumping from a starting point of less than three seconds to 100 km per hour less than nine seconds to 200 km / h and a fully equipped digital unit showing high speeds. of 355 km / h, if the direct route is long enough and the police are far enough away. The slowing down of the powerful brake system is almost more impressive than the speed of the deaf image, because the 1.7-ton Bolognese athlete drops from 100 miles per hour to a life-saving stand at 30 meters.
Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae on trial: Distribution is a matter of taste
The introduction of the 4.87-meter-wide Lamborghini Aventador manual is still a matter of taste in the LP 780-4 Ultimae version, because changing gears makes you feel more comfortable with a steady foot on the accelerator, engine speed and corresponding speed. 720 Nm torque for maximum speed and high speed for high-speed tires and road surface requires at least 6,750 revs. driving fun? Oh yes! Pure happiness? Absolutely! Normal Lamborghini, Common Aventador. Italy’s top sports car is always happy to be used as a Copy template – such as this example from India.
|engine / transmission / drive||6.5 standard V12 liter / automatic transmission / all-wheel drive|
|power / torque||574 kW (780 hp) / 720 Nm at 6,750 rpm|
|Vmax / 0-100km / h||355km / hour / seconds 2.8|
|common use||19.6L / 100km|
|CO2 emissions||452g / km|
|Price||more than 400,000 euros|
Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae on test: symbiosis of carbon, aluminum and high technology
And even for the one that has been most interesting for a decade Aventador (artist had recently painted a very silly way) V12 flounder as a model of carbon, aluminum and high technology puts cherry on top of the freshly whipped cream. LP 780-4 is one that is not necessary to take on a winding country road that annoys you with difficult turns. Bolide performs well on wide slopes, whose curves improve it with a pleasing radius. Then the steering wheel, all-wheel drive and weight distribution are neatly arranged in the driver’s hands for the ultimate final – if desired at speeds of up to 355 km / h. Many high-speed athletes have been out for a long time and are resting on a gasoline pump.
Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae on trial: That costs an Italian car
Driving programs, which can be switched to the tunnel of a station full of buttons, have an impact on throat responses, chassis, engine and transmission. But no matter what path you take to the tarmac, Ultimae remains true to its design, designed to be neutral for long periods of time and to lean back when the tires are warm. In the normal Strada mode, 65 percent of the engine power is transmitted in two axles, in the Sports program 20 percent and in the Corsa race mode 30 percent.
Behind the wheel, you see nothing about the flexible power supply of the Haldex clutch. Over and over again, discomfort in traction appears, even at high speeds. Even a normal speed tour can turn into a hot trip that is inspiring. You should enjoy it more than ever, because the successor will never drive a military car, exclusively like the Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae, which costs more than 400,000 euros. But maybe it encourages you in a whole new way. (Stefan Grundhoff / press-inform) * 24auto.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.