Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae signals the end of production for the V12 internal combustion engine, created in homage to the unique Miura Roadster.
The final Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae, exiting the gates of Automobili Lamborghini’s Sant’Agata home for delivery to its Swiss owner, is a special Roadster. The left-hand drive Aventador Ultimae Roadster pays homage to its V12 open-top ancestor through a special Lamborghini Ad Personam project that sensitively and articulately mirrors the one-off Miura Roadster.
The Ultimae’s body color is in a specially created color Azzuro Flake, replicating the original special color of the Miura while updating the glitter element for homologation purposes.
The rocker cover is in Grigio Liqueo with a Nero Aldebaran pinstripe, extending from front to rear of the Aventador and complementing the visible carbon fiber of the sill, front splitter and rear diffuser.
The roadster’s roof and rear engine cover are in shiny, black-painted carbon fiber, reminding that the original Miura Roadster is roofless. Black air intakes and additional Nero Aldebaran livery on the Aventador’s bonnet emulate the Miura’s black-painted bonnet scoop; the tailpipes are matt black; and the Ultimae’s rims in shiny silver with black brake calipers reflect the Miura’s original silver rims.
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