FOR SALE: 2022 Lamborghini Aventador LP780-4 Ultimae Roadster
Unveiled at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, the Aventador served as the flagship V-12 supercar for the company until 2022. when it was first launched, it was equipped with a potent 6.5-liter L539 V-12 engine delivering 691 horsepower, coupled with all-wheel drive and a single-clutch automated manual transmission. Over time, Lamborghini introduced increasingly powerful versions like the S, SV, and SVJ, culminating in the ultimate version of the Aventador, the LP780-4 Ultimae.
Lamborghini pushed the boundaries of the naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V-12 in the Ultimae, achieving an impressive 769 horsepower. This is a significant increase of 78 horsepower compared to the original model and even surpasses the hardcore SVJ by 10 horsepower. This enhanced engine catapults the Ultimae from 0 to 62 mph in a mere 2.8 seconds, despite retaining the single-clutch seven-speed automated manual transmission. In addition to the power boost, the Ultimae came with many of the Aventador’s desirable features as standard, including carbon-ceramic brakes and rear-axle steering introduced with the Aventador S.
With just 600 Ultimaes produced, a limited 250 of them were roadsters, ensuring their status as sought-after collectibles in the years ahead. Now, one of them is will be up for sale on RM Sotheby’s later this week as part of their Monterey auction event.
The example offered here with Chassis 11441 was delivered new to Lamborghini Beverly Hills and found its home with an enthusiastic Lamborghini collector in August 2022, remaining in the hands of its sole owner. Distinguished by its unique specification, the car boasts a matte Verde Turbine paint finish, a $17,500 option, complemented by a two-tone Nero Cosmus and Bianco Polar Alcantara interior, exclusively available through the Ad Personam customization program. The exterior is further accentuated by optional bronze brake calipers, Monolock forged wheels, and a high-gloss hardtop. Notable extras include the Lamborghini Sensonum audio system, the travel package, carbon fiber mirror housings, matte carbon fiber C-pillars, and the T-shaped engine cover and engine-bay X-frame in carbon fiber, adding up to a substantial $50,000 worth of factory options.
This 2022 Lamborghini Aventador LP780-4 Ultimae Roadster, with just 195 miles on the odometer (all accumulated by its original owner), presents an incredible opportunity for supercar collectors and marque enthusiasts to experience the final iteration of this legendary model in a practically new condition.