Lamborghini Aventador Price: Lamborghini Aventador price starts at ₹ 4.76 Crores and goes upto ₹ 5.62 Crores. The price of Petrol variant for Aventador ranges between ₹ 4.76 Crores - ₹ 5.62 Crores.
Lamborghini Aventador Versions: Aventador is available in 3 variants. All the variants are Automatic.
Lamborghini Aventador Colours: Aventador is offered in 15 colours: Arancio Argos Pearl, Giallo Horus Matt, Nero Aldebaran, Blu Glauco, Verde Scandal, Blu Caelum, Rosso Leto Metallic, Nero Pegaso Metallic, Grigio Estoque Metallic, Blu Nereid Metallic, Rosso Bia Metallic, Blu Nila Metallic, Grigio Telesto Pearl, Verde Mantis Pearl and New Giallo Orion Pearl. However, some of these colours are available in specific versions.
Lamborghini Aventador Competitors: Aventador is competing against Lamborghini Huracan, Ferrari 812, Ferrari 488, Bugatti Veyron, Lamborghini Urus and Bentley Bentayga.
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Lamborghini Aventador Review
Sharper and more powerful than before. That’s the new Lamborghini Aventador S for you. We drove it on road and track in Spain to see if it is scarier or friendlier than before. I’d first met the Aventador at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia, a few years back. It looked stunning in the flesh, and I was in awe of the ruthlessness with which the V12 sent 700 horses to the wheels. Back then, on-track sessions convinced it is one of the purest forms of motoring brutality – acceleration and gunshot-like gearshifts were borderline scary, while grip levels were nearly unshakeable. And as I sat slightly jet lagged, sipping my nth cup of coffee on the flight to Valencia to drive the Aventador S, I almost felt the V12’s sounds ricochet off Sepang’s empty grand stands and ring in my ears again. I wondered what it would take to better a car like that. The supercar world has quite evolved since 2011 when the Aventador was launched, with hybrid tech and what not dominating spec sheets. Despite not having all that techno-wizardry, the Aventador has outsold its predecessor, the Murcielago by a huge margin. I for one am glad Lamborghini hasn’t resorted to downsizing engines or adding hybrid powertrains yet, and its naturally aspirated V12 continues to be the car’s biggest draw. The press drive for the Aventador S was held at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit in Spain, yet another racetrack MotoGP fanatics worship. At the circuit we were informed that product presentations would happen after the track drive due to Spain’s tricky weather. We were hustled into the cars, and strapping myself in I almost mumbled a little prayer looking at the droplets of water on the windscreen. It isn’t every day that we journalists are faced with the daunting task of piloting a V12 engined supercar around a wet racetrack, after all.
I was waiting for a full download on the updates from Maurizio Reggiani, Director, R&D at Lamborghini, though I did have a fair idea as we headed out. There are design changes obviously, though they have been effected to aid performance first and then aesthetics. Spaceships, venomous snakes and jet fighters continue to inspire the design, and the jet fighter styled cover you flick to access the ignition switch is a detail that still tickles the nine-year old inside me. The rear wheel arch design is now a nod to the Countach’s, and is a nice touch.
Lamborghini Aventador Verdict
The Aventador has outlandish looks that are bound to grab anyone’s attention. This two-seater mid-engine layout supercar might not be able to give the comfort or good ergonomics like your daily driver car. However, this is a maniac that will leave you spell-bound with its brutal power and fast nature.