Lamborghini Aventador 2 in 1 news today because we figured that you are probably sick of the Italian supercar and the fact that it’s keeping our headlines almost every day so we decided to present these two different stories in the same article.
Let’s start with the Aventador crashed by a journalist, on his real name Thomas Glavinic, coming from Austria. Carscoop says that the supercar crash took place on August the 30 when Glavinic was overtaking a long truck at the end of a car column, ending up hitting the same truck and the Aventador was sent into a ditch on the side of the road. Police said it didn’t find any clues of excessive speed and nobody was injured in the accident.
The second news involving the same model coming from Lamborghini talks about the 2012 Aventador’s base price, which has been set at $387.000, depleting bank accounts faster than hackers. The price doesn’t include the destination charge, $2.995, or the gas guzzler charge which is $3.700, so with those two, the LP700-4 is priced at $393.695.
The 2012 Aventador is powered by a 6.5 liter V12 engine, delivering 690 horsepower and 509 lb-ft of torque, mated to the new ISR (Independent Shifting Rod) seven-speed transmission, acceleration from 0 to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds and hitting a top speed of 217 mph.