Automobili Lamborghini has announced it has ceased production of the Aventador after 11 years. The Italian marque says the final model marks the end of the last, pure, naturally aspirated V12 Raging Bull. The final Aventador produced was an LP 780-4 Ultimae Roadster finished in a special light blue Ad Personam colour. 

The final model of the 11 465 Aventadors sold worldwide over 11 years was an LP 780-4 Ultimae Roadster.

Unveiled at Geneva Motor Show in 2011 as the Aventador LP 700-4, the firm’s flagship “encompassed significant new technologies, an extraordinary and timeless design and not least, breathtaking performance, the like of which had not been seen in a production super sports car”.

“The final model marks the end of the last, pure, naturally aspirated V12 Lamborghini”

At the launch, Stephan Winkelmann, chairman and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini, said, “The Aventador is a jump of two generations in terms of design and technology, with an exceptional package of unique, innovative technologies and performance that is simply overwhelming.”

When launched, the firm’s flagship supercar “encompassed significant new technologies”.

Lamborghini has sold more Aventadors than the sum of all its previous V12 models. In its fifth year, the company delivered 5 000 units, matching the number of Murciélago models produced. The 10 000th Aventador found a home in September 2020. In total, the automaker has sold 11 465 examples worldwide.