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The 2012 Aventador is the latest, greatest supercar offering from Lamborghini. It is the company's first new model in eight years and serves as a replacement for the Murcielago. The car is a tour de force of technology and internal combustion, and it ups the ante in the supercar field. Few other cars exist in the stratosphere of performance and exclusivity in which the Aventador lives. The McLaren MP4-12-C costs less, but it has four fewer cylinders and can't match the Aventador for performance. And while the Bugatti Veyron nearly doubles the power, it also quadruples the price. So looked at that way, the Aventador seems a downright performance bargain.
The Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 is a new model for 2012. The 6.5L V12 supercar boasts a carbon fiber monocoque chassis with aluminum front and rear subframes, as well as a carbon fiber and aluminum body.
Lamborghini's 2012 Aventador LP700-4 is the Bolognese carmaker's latest scissor-door, mid-engined supercar. The sleek, sharp-edged machine cuts a sinister profile that says much about its capabilities on the road. The stiff monocoque chassis is made entirely of carbon fiber-a Lamborghini first-and the body is a mix of carbon fiber and aluminum, with a three-position rear wing that deploys at different speeds.
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