Autocar’s Steven Sutcliffe has went for a spin in the impressive Lamborghini Aventador to see if the Italian supercar can fly.
Did you ever wonder if you can make a rear-mid engined, rear-wheel drive supercar of the new generation fly? Well Steven Sutcliffe from Autocar did and he went for a spin in the Lamborghini Aventador to find out. If you’re curious to see how a Lamborghini Aventador looks like with no wheels on the ground, all you have to do is scroll down and click play. I’ll assure you that you will enjoy the video.
The Lamborghini Aventador has been in production since 2011 and it came as a replacement for the Murcielago. The supercar is available in two body styles, Coupe and Roadster, and power is being provided by a 6,498cc V12 engine, producing a total output of 690 HP at 8,250 rpm and 690 Nm (510 lb-ft) of torque, available at 5,500 rpm. The Italian supercar can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) in just 2.9 seconds and top speed stands at 230 mph (370 km/h). The average fuel consumption is 17.2 L / 100 km (16.4 mpg UK / 13.7 mpg US).
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