The Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae LP 780-4 is a celebration of the legendary V12 super sports automobile and combustion engine in the last production model, integrating the finest qualities of all Aventador versions into an exceptional climax. The Aventador LP 780-4 combines the performance of the SVJ with the refined elegance of the Aventador S, combining design and energy into a definitive collector’s item available in coupé and roadster versions.

Ultima(t)e performance

The beautiful looks of the Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae LP 780-4 embody the performance of this last model. The 6.5-liter ‘Longitudinale Posteriore’ (LP) engine provides 780 HP to its permanent four-wheel drive, which is 40 HP more than the Aventador S and 10 HP more than the SVJ.

The LP 780-4 Ultimae honors the Aventador’s intense personality, power, and performance over ten years, including the know-how of the SVJ powertrain that set the Nürburgring-Nordschleife record in July 2018, the super sports technical breakthroughs and luxury of the S model, and the purity of the original Aventador concept.

It is the pinnacle of the classic V12 combustion engine and, in every way, the ultimate Aventador.

The Aventador LP 780-4’s dry weight of 1,550 kg is due to its unique, exceptionally robust, and lightweight carbon-fiber monocoque, as well as significant usage of carbon fiber throughout the body.

Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae LP 780-4: a ultimate farewell to the mighty Lambo flagshipThe coupé version, which weighs 25 kg less than the Aventador S, has the same weight-to-power ratio as the SVJ, accelerating from 0-100 km/h in 2.8 seconds and reaching a top speed of 355 km/h, with 720 Nm of torque at maximum 6750 rpm and optimized VVT (Variable Valve Timing) and VIS (Variable Intake System) for a better torque curve.

Its CCB braking technology brings the Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae from 100 km/h to a complete stop in only 30 meters.

The Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae in the pinnacle of stability and control

Four-wheel steering, first fitted on the Aventador S, improves lateral control by assuring agility at low and medium speeds while also improving stability at high speeds.

Distinct actuators respond in five milliseconds to the driver’s steering inputs, allowing an instantaneous adjustment to steering angles, improving cornering properties, thanks to the Lamborghini Dynamic Steering (LDS) on the front axle.

The design of the LP 780-4 Ultimae has a unique front bumper design for enhanced front-end aerodynamic load, with longitudinal performance comparable to the SVJ. The ESC is set up for quick, accurate traction control and vehicle dynamics, detecting and adjusting to changes in grip, even on low-grip terrains like snow and ice.

Because of the rear-wheel steering, the permanent four-wheel drive is calibrated to send more torque to the rear axle when the engine is powering off, allowing for sporty but safe over-steer behavior.

Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Attiva (LDVA) is in charge of the systems, which analyze accurate, real-time data on body motion through sensors, defining the appropriate reaction of all active systems to give the highest vehicle dynamics in every situation.

Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae LP 780-4: a ultimate farewell to the mighty Lambo flagshipAerodynamics and cooling to support the massive power output

The front splitter and open front end of the Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae LP 780-4 provide state-of-the-art aerodynamic performance by directing more airflow to maximize aerodynamic efficiency, engine, and radiator cooling. The air ducts and side cooling intake in the front fascia decrease aerodynamic interference from the front wheels and enhance wake flow to the rear radiator, while the Ultimae’s lightweight rear bumper completes the dynamic look and pays homage to the SVJ’s racing background.

Depending on the speed and the drive mode chosen, the active aero system’s rear wing shifts into three positions: closed, ‘maximum performance,’ and ‘maximum handling,’ maximizing the car’s overall balance and working with vortex generators created in the front and rear of the chassis’ underside to achieve maximum airflow and support brake cooling.

Lamborghini’s lightweight Independent Shifting Rod (ISR) 7-speed shifting technology, which provides robotized gearshifts in as little as 50 milliseconds, is used for transmission.

The Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae’s driving modes enable drivers to pick not only the Strada, Sport, and Corsa dynamic choices, but also to establish their own settings for the Lamborghini active suspension (LMS), traction controls (engine, gearbox, and four-wheel drive), and steering in Ego mode.

The Ultimae design is a mirror of the performance the car is capable of

For owners of the 350 coupés and 250 roadsters numbered editions of the Ultimae, a unique palette of external and interior choices has been devised, presenting a refined but energetic, elegant yet individual depiction of the final Aventador. Its sleek, unencumbered profile is as recognized and timeless as other V12 Lamborghini classics like the Countach, Diablo, and Murciélago.

Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae LP 780-4: a ultimate farewell to the mighty Lambo flagshipThe new tone-on-tone color palette is sleek while also evoking the Aventador’s initial design elements from the realm of aeronautics. 18 colors are default, but Lamborghini Ad Personam offers an unmatched choice of possibilities and more than 300 colors, enabling owners to design their own, unique piece of Lamborghini V12 driving history.

The Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae coupé debuted in a two-tone grey-on-grey scheme, with matt red Rosso Mimir accents on the front splitter’s silhouette and fins and the accent line continuing along with the car with corresponding decors on the visible carbon fiber rear diffuser’s rear fins: elite performance and design simplicity in perfect unison. The roof of the Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae Roadster is also available in visible carbon fiber.

The beautiful but athletic two-tone of the matt Grigio Acheso and Grigio Teca exterior hues are replicated in the interior: black leather and Alcantara base materials have stitching and trim in a similar grey to the outside, with black Alcantara ‘Y’ seat inlays.

The Ultimae edition is distinguished by an optional laser-cut ‘Y’ repeat pattern with contrast backing color on the seats and dashboard: a dynamic, stylish element provided for the first time.

The LP 780-4’s comfort seat is borrowed from the Aventador S, with the ‘Ultimae’ moniker stitched into the seat bolster, and the 001 of 350/250 reference to the limited edition on the A-pillar driver dashboard area.

Silver Dianthus 20-inch and 21-inch forged alloys are standard, with bronze, black, and titanium Dianthus, Leiron, and Nireo 20-inch and 21-inch alternatives available, all with Pirelli PZero Corsa tires.

The color highlight livery has been extended to the outside in three colors: white, silver, and bronze, which complement the emphasis on the front fenders and rear diffuser fins. Standard silver calipers are accompanied by a variety of other caliper colors that are reflected in the wheel monoblock of the Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae.

The driver and passenger environments are equally sophisticated, with a customizable TFT digital panel that shows driving modes and controls the in-car connection. Apple CarPlay handles voice-activated communications and entertainment, with the Lamborghini telemetry system as an option for those who wish to commemorate the final Aventador on the circuit.

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