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Lamborghini Aventador

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Aventador Price
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Aventador Specs
Engine 6498 cc
Power 730 hp
Seating 2 seats
Ground Clearance 104 mm
Driver Airbag Yes
Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
Power Steering Yes

Aventador Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Aventador

Excellent V12 engine

Jaw-dropping design

Transformed agility

Things We Dont Like in Aventador

Outdated transmission

Supercar practicality

Prohibitively expensive

Aventador Price List

Variant Price Specifications  
S Coupe ₱37 Million*
By Order
6498 cc, 730 hp, 2 seats, Gasoline
S Roadster ₱43 Million*
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6498 cc, 730 hp, 2 seats, Gasoline
SVJ Coupe ₱44.5 Million*
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6498 cc, 760 hp, 2 seats, Gasoline
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Lamborghini Aventador Colors

Aventador is available in 4 different colors - Arancio Argos, Bianco Canopus, Blu Nethuns and Giallo Orion.

  • Arancio Argos

  • Bianco Canopus

  • Blu Nethuns

  • Giallo Orion

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Aventador Review

  • Overview
  • Interior & Features
  • Exterior
  • Ride & Handling
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety
  • Verdict

Overview

Lamborghini’s range-topping V12 supercars are certainly a breed apart. In the company’s little over 50 year long illustrious history, there have only been 5 of these in existence. The Aventador is the latest in this series (apart from the special one-offs), and is one of the most extreme production cars that Lamborghini makes today. First launched in 2011, it has gone through several improvements and special editions to become what it is today. Today you can buy it in the standard LP 740-4 S Coupe form with a 730 hp engine for a cool Php 37 million, LP 740-4 S Roadster with the same engine but with removable carbon fiber roof and the LP770-4 SVJ Coupe which is the track-focused version with 760 hp and a price tag of an eye-watering Php 44.5 million. While other cars certainly come close to this raging bull in terms of sheer performance, nothing can beat it in the department delivering the purest supercar experience. And that stratospheric price is also hard to match. Here is a look at what that price can get you.

Interior & Features

Lamborghini interiors do not find it hard to keep up with the exterior. Open the signature scissor or Lambo doors and you are welcomed by swathes of Alcantara and carbon fiber. There is now a trim called carbon skin and the option to leave parts of the carbon fiber tub exposed. The graphics in the instrument display have been updated. As always, this completely digital display can be customized in various ways. While Apple CarPlay is standard, the track-focused Lamborghini telemetry system is an optional extra. Owners who want to customize the interior even further have options of installing LED interior lighting and the limitless potential of the Ad Personam division that can fulfill all your stitching and material requirements. But even without them, the inside of a Lamborghini Aventador is a luxurious place to be in, filled with numerous details and touches inspired by fighter planes. Even the front trunk or the frunk is decently sized for a supercar, although there is a distinct lack of storage space for phones or sunglasses. Still it is the perfect place to be when you unleash the beast sitting behind you.

Exterior

Few cars have been able to carry off the aerodynamic wedge shape like the Aventador. And this statement is true even today. But the modern Aventador is undeniably more aggressive than what it was at launch. Still, the philosophy is still form follows function. The body has been aerodynamically shaped to have as little drag as possible while also increasing downforce and diverting air to areas that need to be cooled. This is most easily visible in the front with its longer splitter that extends towards the sides. The front intakes are now narrower and come with fang like extensions. Similar improvements can be seen on the sides and the rear with slimmer intakes and a repositioned triple exhaust between the huge diffusers. The active rear wing is now movable in three different positions. But if that isn’t showboaty enough for you, then you can look at The Aventador’s other variants. Frankly, the SV Roadster and the SVJ make the standard Aventador SV look like a shrinking violet. But regardless of which one you get, you will get a lot of looks. And a lot of car going by the dimensions alone. At 4797 mm long, 2030 mm wide and 1136 mm high, the Aventador is essentially like a very wide skateboard riding on 20” front and 21” rear wheels shod with 255/30 front and massive 355/25 rear tires.

Ride & Handling

Once you’ve fallen into the seat and driven off, you are soon to be surprised by the Aventador’s ride quality. The push rod magneto-rheologic active suspension copes very well with bad roads in street focused Strada mode. When put in Sport or Corsa mode the suspension firms up and the rigid carbon fiber monocoque can be put to work. Combined with the now refined LDS (Lamborghini Dynamic Steering) with variable steering ratio, loads of aerodynamic grip and those massive tires, the Aventador can provide a driving experience that can go toe to toe with the best of them. The four-wheel drive layout and the newly introduced four-wheel steering makes it even more agile than it was before. Still it is best suited for smooth wide roads where it can really stretch its legs. Partly because of how wide it is. For those who demand even more control on their driving dynamics, there is the new Ego mode that can be customized to suit the driver’s individual needs. There are a few supercar niggles like the visibility and the hard seats and the not so communicative steering, but they can all be forgiven.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

Just like the interior and the exterior, the engine has also been given a do over. The 6.5 L V12 produces 730 hp at 8400 rpm which is only 9 less than the SVJ. The torque figure is equally impressive at 690 Nm at 5500 rpm. Weighing just over 1500 kg, this translates to a power to weight figure of just a little less than 500 bhp per ton, a 0 to 100 kmph time of 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 350 kmph. It is as lively and rev happy as you might imagine. But it also comes with start-stop system and cylinder on demand to reduce fuel wastage. But on a car like this, these features make no sense. The ISR (Independent Shifting Rod) 7-speed gearbox with its single plate clutch also suffers due to this in the automatic mode. It acts weirdly at low revs and is not as fast as more modern DCT setups at higher revs. This gearbox is best left in automated manual mode and even then, is decidedly one of the biggest flaws of this superb car.  

Braking & Safety

Massive ventilated and cross-drilled Carbon-ceramic discs (400 mm front and 380 mm rear) are clamped by monoblock aluminum calipers (6 pistons front and 4 pistons rear) to provide massive braking power. These are further aided by an electronic stability system with integrated traction control and ABS.

Verdict

Anyone looking at this car as a serious buying proposition is probably not working with a tight budget. And the Aventador is indeed much more expensive than any comparable car. Even the Ferrari 812 Superfast. It is also not the most practical or the best performer. It is, however, the best send off to the magnificent but endangered V12 engine. It is also a piece of rolling sculpture that will bring joy to pedestrians, other drivers and its owner by its very existence. If you can buy this and want to buy this, this review probably will not change your mind. As it shouldn’t.

Lamborghini Aventador FAQ

  • What are the Safety Features Available in Lamborghini Aventador?

    The safety features available in Lamborghini Aventador Below:

    Feature Value
    Driver Airbag Yes
    Passenger Airbag Yes
    Side Airbag-Front Yes
    Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
    Brake Assist Yes
    Ebd Yes
    Vehicle Stability Control System Yes
    Rear Seat Belts No
    Seat Belt Warning Yes
    Day & Night Rear View Mirror Yes
    Rear Camera Yes
    Parking Sensors Yes
    Crash Sensor Yes
    Front Impact Beams Yes
    Side Impact Beams Yes
    Door Ajar Warning Yes
    Engine Check Warning Yes
    Traction Control Yes
    Tyre Pressure Monitor Yes

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