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Lamborghini Aventador LP720-4 50th Anniversario specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1682 kg (3708 lbs)
Dimensions 4.83 m (190 in) long, 2.03 m (80 in) wide, 1.14 m (45 in) high
Wheelbase 2.70 m (106 in)
Introduced 2013
Origin country Italy
Views 15.7k
Submitted by Mental

Performance

0 - 100 kph2.9 s
Top speed350 kph (217 mph)

Powertrain

Engine type V12 60┬░
Displacement 6.5 l (397 ci)
Power 720 ps (710 bhp / 530 kw) @ 8250 rpm
Torque 690 Nm (509 lb-ft) @ 5500 rpm
Power / liter 111 ps (109 hp)
Power / weight 428 ps (422 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 410 Nm (303 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 7 speed ISR, dry double plate clutch
Layout middle engine, all wheel drive
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Ultimate21  6y ago

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=AhhbHDO3D0Y

Tsukuba: 01:02:87

Dont know if he is a professional driver but I think the car could go even faster! As you can see there is a lot of trafic on Tsukuba and he also screwed sometimes by hitting the rev limiter...


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S  7y ago

such a nice car


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saxy  7y ago

On the Lamborghini website, the dry weight for both the 700-4 and the 720-4 is exactly the same at 1575kg. Fastestlaps.com has 2 different numbers


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DeDe  7y ago

It has a more dramatic aerodynamic-layout, so I don't thing that 20+ hp would do much difference. My guess for 0-200 kph time is 8,5-8,6 s at perfect conditions.


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LP720  7y ago

I also noticed that the LP700 and LP720 produce 700 and 720 horsepower at 8250 RPM, and the Veneno produce 750 at 8400. So I guess all that Lamborghini did with the 6.5 V12 is just increase the rev. And the result is 30 more horsepower (from LP720 engines).


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LP720  7y ago

I cant wait for the facelifted version of the Aventador. The upgraded engine of the Aventador is already exist in Venenos (with 750 hp) and Lamborghini just have to put it into Aventadors called Aventador LP750-4 or something like that. Hope it will appear in this year!


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BR2+  7y ago

Yeah, Slightly more Hp, Slightly less weight, But the tranny shifts slightly faster, Dunno if it has upgraded tyres, But that increased aero may actually slow it down at higher speeds. Most likely no more then a full second round a track, and less then .4 to 200Kph.


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saxy  7y ago

19hp more and no less weight in a car with 691hp to begin with... I don't think you will see a huge increase of acceleration.


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Fangio Man  7y ago

"0-200 km/h ?????
any test?"

Not yet as far as I know. We may not even see a test...

Anyway, my guess:

8.1 seconds

A bit utopian, but I will be wrong anyway. :D


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LP720  7y ago

0-200 km/h ?????
any test?


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BR2+  7y ago

If anything Id say the Absolute Top model of the Aventador would produce over 800Bhp, People are going power crazy these days, But an SV wont be for a god while.




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Lamborghini  7y ago

but i easily could imagine that it will get the Veneno's 750 horsepower engine, and the name will be LP750.


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Lamborghini  7y ago

The original Aventador did 0-200 km/h in 8.6 at AutoBild's test, I think this more powerful Aventador will be under 8.5 sec, and the newest Aventador (rumors called SV) is already tested in Nurburgring (a black and a yellow one), I hope they will introduce some information this year, and will be in production 2014.


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Mental  7y ago

I think if this special Aventador was tested, it would reach 0-200 in 8.5 sec easily.

@Fangio
For those, who are desperate Lamborghini enthusiasts and car collectors, Yes, it is worth every penny. ;)


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DeDe  7y ago

I really hope that at least Quattroruote will test this beast. 0-200 kph should be faster than the F12's 8,8 sec they've managed.


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Fangio Man  7y ago

Good looking updates on the exteriour.

But is it worth the extra money?


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lafars  7y ago

the number ( [31] ) after the sentence about downforce is linked to an article about the car on jalopnik


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Shaggy  7y ago

With 19 more horsepower, it should be about 5 MPH faster than the LP700-4.


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Shaggy  7y ago

@ lafars: Wikipedia isn't always accurate.


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Hans  7y ago

@Alan
First you must drive it to write this bullshit.


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Alan  7y ago

Almost same as original Aventador

hard to feel the difference when you're driving


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lafars  7y ago

on wikipedia it says that this body kit produces 50% more downforce than a regular aventador, i wonder what the veneno produces


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BR2'  7y ago

Yes its WAY to early for an SV model, that should be the last in the generation, Maybe an LP780 or something, The pressure of performance is getting critical.

I also believe this wont have the same performance as a base LP700, 20Bhp more should increase its top end given the drag isnt messed with much, new splitter and rear diffuser should also improve track times minimally, along with a faster shifting tranny.

Although it looks a bit plain in the back, i wouldnt mind seeing a small one like the Murcielagos and Diablos had.


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Mental  7y ago

Well.. don't you think it's just too early for the SV? But damn, I'll be happy as hell seeing it already!


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Lamborghini  7y ago

Aventador SV is under testing in Nurburgring at this time :)

It will produce more horsepower, than Aventador LP720, and also more, than F12 Berlinetta. :D
And it will have less weight both of them.
Rumors said that it will be announced the end of 2013.


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FastestLaps  7y ago

Still less HP than Ferrari F12. Haa ha ha ha. :D

But this is beginning of more and more powerful Aventadors, based on that brand new Lamborghini V12.


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Lambo bigest fan  7y ago

Any word on performance figures?


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Shaggy  7y ago

@ Mental: Aventador LP720-4, my new favorite Lamborghini. :)