Lamborghini rolled out its 2,000th Aventador LP 700-4 model

Article by Anita Panait, on June 7, 2013

Lamborghini has achieved a new milestone by building its 2,000th Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 flagship model.  The Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 bearing chassis number 2000, recently rolled off the assembly line bound for the United States.

It will be soon received by its American owner, Thaddeus Arroyo, who is Chief Intelligence Officer for AT&T. Arroyo is described as a passionate Lamborghini customer owning a Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 Spyder.

After test driving the Aventador LP 700-4 during a Lamborghini event in Palm Beach, Arroyo was awed by its extraordinary performance, moving him to order one for his own usage. The Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 proved to be better in enticing buyers to own it than its predecessor, the Murciélago.

In fact, it took Lamborghini’s Sant’ Agata Bolognese site just two years before reaching the 2,000th milestone for the Avenatdor LP 700-4, which means the plant is building almost five of the super sports car a day. On the other hand, it took the site around four and half years before rolling out the 2,000th Murciélago from its assembly lines.

This year, Lamborghini started building the model’s latest variant, the Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster, which has received overwhelming response from consumers. In fact, the initial pre-order amount for the Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster exceeded expectations, and the order bank for both versions covers more than one year.

Lamborghini feels that design is always the beauty of forceful strength, the grace of abundant energy. With one’s first look, the all-new Aventador is obviously a Lamborghini, dressed in the make's distinguishing and distinct design motif - with its exceptionally powerful dimensions, its exact outlines, and accurate forms, and with firm robustness in every detail.

The design team at the Centro Stile Lamborghini has meticulously created this design idiom to provide the Lamborghini Aventador with a noteworthy new advantage. It is an unconventional work of art, an amazingly vivid sculpture, from the crisply sharpened front through to the particularly low roofline to the distinct back diffuser. Every outline has a distinct job, every shape is led by its want for swiftness, but the total look is no less stunning and awe-inspiring.

Of course, the doors open upward. Genuinely imposing dimensions emerge from a total length of 4.78 m (188.19 in.) corresponding with an imposing width of 2.26 m (88.98 in.) that includes the door mirrors and further emphasised by an exceptionally low height of 1.136 mm (44.72 in.). And, as it is the signature touch, both doors of the carbon-fibre monocoque open upward.

This feature first debuted in the now celebrated Countach, and then following V12 models such as Diablo and Murciélago adopted them. But, the Aventador also arouses its immediate forerunner, the Murciélago, electronic air intakes open based on the temperature outside and the need for cooling air, making for maximised aerodynamic effectiveness. And for those want to show off the heart of their Lamborghini, the optional clear engine hood displays the twelve-cylinder engine like a work of technical art on display.

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2,000th Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 produced

Sant'Agata Bolognese, 6 June 2013 - The Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 achieved and important milestone in its history, with the 2,000th vehicle produced. The Nero Nemesis car, chassis number 2,000, rolled off the assembly line destined for the United States.

Its owner, Thaddeus Arroyo, Chief Intelligence Officer for AT&T, is a highly ranked U.S. exectutive and a passionate Lamborghini customer, who already owns a Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 Spyder.

Following a test drive of the Aventador LP 700-4 during a Lamborghini event in Palm Beach, he was immediatley impressed by the extradaordinary performance of the car to the point that he decided to purchase it.

Tha Sant'Agata Bolognese plant's productivity has noticeably increased for the Aventador LP 700-4 compared to the previous flagship model: the Murcielago took four years and half before the 2,000th example rolled off the assembly line. Launched in 2001, the Murcielago reached the 2,000-vehicle milestone in March 2006. The Aventador has reached this milestone in just over two years, with production currently of nearly five cars per day.

In 2013 the Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster, the most extraordinary open top super sports car, joined the succesful coupe. Initial pre-order expectations for this model have been exceeded and the order bank for both versions covers more than one year.

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