- This is the final edition of Lamborghini LP780-4 Ultimate.
- The most powerful Lamborghini vehicle.
- This car was tested in Italy, by
The Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimate is 769 horsepower and has 769 brake horsepower.
The Latin word Ultimate means “last of”, and Lamborghini’s last edition before switching to a hybrid engine. Top Gear
The company claims that it makes only 350 Ultimate coupes and 250 Roadsters.
“Should you go to Bologna?” My friend asked me if Modena or Imola were more appealing to you.
Her life was cut short by the explosion of the engine and the Ultimate took off.
The car went from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds. Unfortunately, I am unable to test the car at speeds exceeding 221 mph.
This car is extremely powerful but also has a side. It’s easy to cruise down country roads at speeds up to 90 km/h (or 56 mph in Italy).
The seven-speed manual transmission can be as reliable as the four-wheel drive system for overtaking. The power steering is responsive and vibrant.
The insider also tested the Aventador SVJ to see how they compare. The SVJ’s spoiler is large and reminds me of a Boeing 747-8. The rear view is severely restricted by this spoiler.
The Ultimate doesn’t have any air intake in the rear. This is similar to the 1966 Lamborghini Miura.
The Ultimate has the latest carbon-ceramic brake discs. When I hit the brakes, it felt almost as if someone had dropped an anchor off a rubber boat.
The car is not perfect.
We drove on smooth roads and heard the tires. The car was 7.5 feet in width with the mirrors. It can be difficult to park the car and maneuver it.
It is also quite small inside. It would be especially cramped for longer trips.
The same problem exists under the front grille and in the trunk. A larger suitcase is not possible.
The fuel tank holds 85 liters but it’s quickly used
Lamborghini claims that the Ultimate emits 18 liters of carbon dioxide per 100 kilometers according to WLTP measurement standards.
It isn’t important in the Hotel Portici courtyard. People love to see a Lamborghini flesh.
A late-shift chef approached the counter to request a selfie. She asked the mother if she would let her child sit in the driver’s seat for a photo. My response was a pleasure.
“Can you please take my ice cream inside?” The child was interested.