Lamborghini will launch the Aventador S in India on March 3, 2017. The Aventador S is the most powerful variant of the car to be ever made - it is also sharper to drive thanks to improved aerodynamics, lower weight and four-wheel steering.
The Aventador was first launched in India (in the LP700-4 guise) in November 2011, soon after it was showcased for international markets at the Geneva Motor Show earlier that year. Since then, the range has been updated with the Aventador Roadster LP700-4 in January 2013, one of the 600-unit only Aventador SV LP750-4 was imported to India in November 2015 while the first Aventador Roadster SV LP750-4 was imported later.
The Aventador continues to be powered by the same 6.5-litre, naturally-aspirated V12 motor which is paired to a 7-speed single-clutch automatic transmission with power sent to all four wheels. The V12 motor develops 700PS/650Nm to 750PS/690Nm depending on the variant.
In 2017, the Lamborghini Aventador is available in two variant - both powered by the same petrol motor.
The Lamborghini Aventador is priced between Rs 5.08 Crore and Rs 5.64 Crore, ex-showroom Delhi. Direct competition is limited to the Ferrari F12berlinetta.
Lamborghini Aventador Variants
Lamborghini Aventador prices start at Rs. 5.01 crore for petrol and goes upto Rs. 5.79 crore. Lamborghini Aventador is available in 4 variants and 7 colours.
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.
(Update: Lamborghini Aventador S Launched In India At Rs 5.01 Crore)
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...read more »
Big on brutality is what the Lamborghini Aventador is - the rightful successor to the Murcielago's throne. And when you get to drive it around the brilliant Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia, all hell breaks loose
November 9, 2011 By Team ZigWheels
Lamborghini Aventador Highlights
This two seater V12 does not have a competition according to Lamborghini and quite rightly so. With pushrod suspension for bang on precision, independent shifting rods, the only car that is more precise than this is, well, a Formula One Car. The Aventador Roadster offers an experience like no other.
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