When the engine turns over, the Aventador barks to life, step on the throttle and the big motor's exhaust shakes the ground. Extreme power and performance doesn't necessarily have to come at the cost of the environment either; the engineers at Lamborghini have managed to design the Aventador so it produces 20% less carbon dioxide.
The Lamborghini LP700-4 Aventador in Los Angeles is the first mass produced Lamborghini to have a monocoque constructed completely from carbon fiber. The LP700-4 Aventador's carbon fiber monocoque weighs in at just 505 pounds, and even with how light the chassis is, it is still 70% stiffer than the Murcielago. This new Lamborghini LP 700-4 Aventador is hands down the new alpha male in the bull pen.
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"The Aventador is constructed mainly of carbon fiber, though you wouldn't know it by the curb weight (4085 pounds) or the fact that the magic weave is entirely hidden behind paint, leather, and trim." Read more ...
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