The Aventador Ultimae: Lamborghini’s last pure V12

Many of the Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae units have been delivered by now, and production of the Countach LPI800-4 is reaching the end of the 112 cars too, so I’m sure the Linea Aventador at Sant’Agata will be converted into building the V12 Ibrido during the Summer of 2022, we’ll most likely be seeing the replacement flagship towards the end the year, but not before we take another look at the swansong of the legendary NA V12 engine, the Raging Bull from Sant’Agata, the Aventador Ultimae, a strictly limited edition model that is built as an homage to the iconic naturally-aspirated V12 engine.

Total production of this latest pure V12 is set at just 600 units in total, 350 of those will be the Aventador LP780-4 Coupe while 250 units are destined to become the Aventador LP780-4 Roadster, taking the best from both the Aventador S and the Aventador SVJ to create the ultimate concentration of style into the purest essence of all the different Aventador models since 2011, when the LP700-4 was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, and while all the 350 Coupé and 250 Roadster have been sold out a long time ago, prices have already skyrocketed for this ultimate Aventador, the very last unit of the Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae Coupe went to auction, combined with an NFT 1:1 of the same car, the final bid was a massive $1,600,000.

For now, let’s enjoy our extensive image gallery on a Lamborghini that will go into automotive history as the very last NA V12 powered flagship model, a reign that was started in 1963 with the Lamborghini 350 GT and that was solidified for eternity when the legendary Miura was introduced in the mid-Sixties while the magnificent Countach changed the automotive scene forever in the Seventies, Lamborghini has been a trendsetter for decades, let’s hope the new V12 hybrid continues on that path.