Singapore - No, 'Ultimae' is not a typo, although your system's English auto-correct is probably having a field-day with the red underlines.
This is it, the final iteration of the legendary naturally-aspirated V12 engine in the Aventador.
It'll be limited to 350 Coupe and 250 Roadster editions and naturally, can be personalised to your heart's (and bank balance's) content, with prices starting from just under S$2m before COE and options. Singapore is the first port-of-call for the matte Grigio Acheso display car.
Some of you might have been expecting a super-hardcore swan-song hurrah for the model in the mould of the Ferrari 812 Competizione and Competizione A (click HERE to read about Ferrari's insane V12 twins), and so wondered what the fuss is about with the Aventador Ultimae.
However, consider this: the 6.5-litre Aventador Ultimae was conceived to embody the performance of the SVJ in the stealthy and sophisticated fashion of the Aventador S.
A best of both worlds type scenario, if you like, especially if you're averse to the attention a flamboyantly bewinged super-sportscar normally attracts in this climate of COVID.
You might not be able to tell from the looks, but the 780hp/720Nm Ultimae's 1.98kg/hp power-to-weight ratio rivals the SVJ's, with 0-100km/h dispatched in 2.8seconds and a top speed of 355km/h.
It is 40hp up on the Aventador S and 10hp up on the SVJ. Naturally, it has all the go-faster aids of its predecessors in terms of aero and chassis electronics.
Franceso Scardaoni (pictured above), Regional Director for Automobili Lamborghini Asia Pacific said, "The Aventador LP780-4 Ultimae is the final and greatest expression of a family of V12 super-sportscars that has marked a new milestone in Lamborghini history. Destined to become a timeless classic since launch, the Aventador Ultimae strikes a perfect balance between performance and design."
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