10 years. A decade. The big one-oh. It might come as a shock, but that’s how long the Lamborghini Aventador has been in production. And while it’s aged remarkably well since it debuted at the Geneva Motor Show back in 2011, unfortunately, all good things have to come to an end.
But Lamborghini isn’t letting the car go down without a fight. Rather, with the announcement of the Aventador LP780-4 Ultimae (Latin for “last”), the Italian automaker has created what is easily the most capable iteration of the lot. Essentially an amalgamation of the best cars from the LP700-4’s lifetime, it combines the anger of the SVJ with the luxury of the S. As such, its 6.5L V12 has seen a slight bump in power, now tuned to produce 769 horses and 531lb-ft of torque at all four wheels. What’s more, it comes in 55lbs lighter than the S, with updated, aerodynamic front fascia, a three-position active rear wing, and razor-sharp four-wheel steering. Available in both hardtop and roadster flavors, it’ll be limited to just 350 and 250 examples, respectively. While pricing has yet to be announced, you can head to the link below to learn more.