Live now on Bring A Trailer is relatively new example of a Lamborghini Aventador LP780-4 Ultimae Coupe that only has 123 miles on the odometer!
The Ultimae is a limited series car, with 350 examples of the coupe, and 250 examples of the roadster built. If you put those numbers against a total of 600 Aventador LP750-4 Superveloce, 500 Aventador LP750-4 Superveloce Roadster, 900 Aventador LP770-4 SVJ, and 800 Aventador LP770-4 SVJ Roadster, the Ultimae is a lot rarer. In fact, the only Aventador edition that’ll be even more exclusive are the 100 units of the Aventador LP720-4 50th Anniversario Coupe and Roadster models. This makes the Ultimae into one of the most collectible versions of the Avendator, and what a collectors car it will be!
Power comes from the single most powerful V12 Lamborghini has fitted into an Aventador. Just about 780 HP will sing its opera through 12 Italian cylinders at the rate of 8,500 RPM, pushing the Ultimae to a 355 KPH (221 MPH) top speed.
0 to 100 KPH (0 to 62 MPH) disappears in 2.8 seconds without using launch mode, and 0 to 200 KPH (0 to 124 MPH) soars by in under 9 seconds. This is because, using the technology developed through the Sian project, the Aventador Ultimae will be made almost entirely of reinforced carbon fiber and weigh a scant 1,550 kg (3,417 lbs) dry.
Our example offered here is a one of 350 Ultimae coupes built to commemorate the end of Aventador production. It is finished in Grigio Acheso Matte over black Alcantara upholstery and is loaded with a ton of features that includes 20″ and 21″ forged aluminum wheels, a magnetic pushrod suspension, a suspension lift system, carbon-ceramic brakes, parking sensors, a backup camera, a Sensonium sound system, and carbon-fiber interior and exterior trim.
The Ultamae is a limited production example, with only 350 units manufactured worldwide, representing the final naturally aspirated, non-hybrid V12 engines that Lamborghini produced. This marks the end of an era and ensures that it will be a highly sought-after collectible in the future. Get it now on Bring A Trailer before it’s too late!
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