The day has come where the last Lamborghini Aventador has rolled off the production line in Italy, marking the end of an 11 year run.
From its instantly recognisable V12 exhaust note to its sharp and stealthy design, the Aventador could be likened to the Countach as a modern day poster car.
The model was first unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 2011 as the Aventador LP700-4, a 6.5-litre V12 powered supercar making 522kW (700hp) complete with all-wheel drive.
Over time, Lamborghini made many changes to the model, creating a total of eight Aventador variants like the S, SV and SVJ.
Since its inception, 11,465 examples have been produced and can be found the world over.
The final car to leave Lamborghini’s factory in Sant’Agata Bolognese is finished in a light blue and is destined for its lucky owner in Switzerland.
Recent spy shots have spotted a replacement model testing with the car said to be revealed in 2023. An all-new hybridised V12 is expected to power the supercar.
With all that being said, it’s time we wave goodbye to the last, pure, naturally-aspirated V12 Lamborghini to be made at the Italian brand’s premises.