It’s been over ten years since the launch of the Lamborghini Aventador, and to send it off in style, CarWow recently staged an epic race between all the major options presented over the years.
The first of the models included in the race is the original Aventador, driven by Fr. 6.5-liter smokeless V12 pumping out 690 horsepower and 509 pound-feet (690 Nm) of torque. Despite being over 10 years old, it is still a great car that turns heads unlike anything else on the road.
The second car that CarWow brought was Adventurer ST. It debuted in 2015 as a hardcore version of a mid-engined supercar and in addition to some aerodynamic upgrades, it has a slightly more grunt with 740 hp and also weighs 50 kg (110 lbs) less.
They are joined by the Aventador S, which was introduced as an upgrade for the Italian supercar. It produces 730 horsepower and 509 pound-feet from its V12. The last two models presented for performance testing were the 759 hp Aventador SVJ. and 531 lb-ft (731 Nm) and the all-new Aventador Ultimae with 769 hp. and 531 lb-ft (731 Nm).
However, before the race there was one problem. The Ultimae brought with it had only a touch of more than 100 miles per hour, and therefore the launch control system could not be turned on. As a result, he was removed from the tests.
In the first race the driver of Aventador SV got the best start and won. In the second race more and more evenly, when Aventador S and SVJ are very well off the track, leaving the rest in the dust.
In the third and final race SV got the best start, but he and S and SVJ crossed the finish line in exactly 10.8 seconds. However, it was the regular S that finished about an inch ahead of the others.