The era of the Lamborghini Aventador has finally come to an end as the final model rolled off the production floor.
Finished in a special light blue Ad Personam colour, the last Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae Roadster also marked the last car ever from Lamborghini to come with a pure naturally-aspirated V12 before moving on into another exciting era - hybrids.
The Lamborghini Aventador first made its official appearance back in 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show. The Aventador LP 700-4 was instantly an icon thanks to its 'bedroom poster' look paired with 700hp, permanent all-wheel-drive, and more.
Throughout its lifetime, eight model derivatives came to be and a total of 11,465 units were sold to owners around the globe. The Aventador is regarded by many as a true supercar icon and that fact is backed up with awards, track records, and countless appearances in movies, films, and famous rappers' music videos.
Signalling the end of Lambo's naturally-aspirated V12, the future of the brand lies in the more viable plug-in hybrid or PHEV. However, Lamborghini will ensure that whatever they plan next will carry over the same key features that make their cars iconic and desirable - jaw-droppingly gorgeous design, powerful performance figures, and just like how the CEO of Lamborghini himself has stated, "game-changer".
Sep is a firm believer in the saying "Slow is smooth, smooth is fast" rather than "When in doubt, throttle it out". Drive safely, ride defensively, and most importantly, don't get hangry.