Over a span of 9 years, the Sant’Agata Bolognese Lamborghini factory has manufactured an impressive 10,000 Aventadors.
The Aventador is one of the most successful V12 models to come out of Italy, and Lamborghini has reached a milestone to prove that. 10,000 variants of the Aventador platform have rolled off the line at the Lamborghini factory, spanning nearly a decade of bedroom posters and vicious V12 screams. The Aventador chassis number 10,000 is blessed with a Grigio Acheso (grey) color with Rosso Mimir (red) livery and Ad Personam interior in Rosso Alala (red) and black. This significant car is destined for the Thai market.
Just a month and a half prior, the Urus reached the 10,000-production mark as well. The recent success of Lamborghini is nothing to snuff about. The supercar boom is in full swing.
The Aventador range debuted in 2011 with the Aventador LP 700-4. Equipped with an innovative carbon fiber monocoque design, the LP 700-4 combined the cockpit, floor and roof of the car into a single structure. The 700 horsepower V12 seated in the back of the car was no joke, and a 2.9 second 0-62 mph time is still quick in today’s standards.
In 2012, the Aventador Roadster was released for customers who preferred an open top. At the 2012 Geneva Auto Show, the one-off, road legal Aventador J was announced for a very lucky customer who enjoyed an open… everything.
In 2016, the Lamborghini Aventador underwent an overhaul with the release of the Aventador S, which boosted the V12’s horsepower up to 740. Also in 2016, the Aventador Muira Homage was released, with a throwback to the supercar that started it all.
In 2018, the maniacal Aventador SVJ was announced, and destroyed track lap numbers in its path. At one time, it was the fastest production car to lap the Nürburgring-Nordschleife, posting a time of just 6:44.97 minutes.