769 HP Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae celebrates internal combustion before going hybrid. The Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae is going out with a bang. Twelve of them.
The Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae combines a 769 HP 6.5L V12 with components from the street smart Aventador S and track-focused Aventador SVJ models to create a street-smart supercar that can go to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds and hit a top speed of 221 MPH.
The Ultime has an all-wheel-drive system with four-wheel-steering that both aids low speed maneuverability and high speed stability and a retractable rear wing in favor of the SVJ’s giant fixed unit.
Lamborghini will offer the model in both coupe and convertible versions, but will only build 350 and 250, of each, respectively. A selection of 318 color choices is available to help make many of them unique.
Pricing hasn’t been disclosed yet, but will likely be above the Aventador SVJ’s starting price of $526,643. Lamborghini has sold over 10,000 Aventadors since the model was first introduced in 2011.
Lamborghini first started selling hybrids with the 2019 introduction of the limited edition Sian, which isn’t a plug-in model, but comes with an 819 HP hybridized V12 that uses supercapacitors instead of traditional batteries.Categories: Auto News, Blog