A special color scheme was developed for him, with an eye on the color of the supercar with “cilia”
At the end of September, Lamborghini announced the end of production of the Aventador and the assembly of the last copy – the LP 780-4 Ultimae roadster. Now the details about it have been revealed: the inspiration for the masters of the Ad Personam personalization studio was the Miura P400 show car shown at the Brussels Motor Show in the spring of 1968. And the “farewell” Aventador turned out to be no less unique than the blue roadster from the 60s, the homage to which is read in numerous details.
The body of the Aventador Ultimae was painted in a blue color called Azzuro Flake, specially designed by Ad Personam. It mimics the hue of the Miura P400, but doesn’t copy it entirely thanks to its shinier finish. The lower perimeter is painted in Grigio Liqueo gray with a thin stripe of black Nero Aldebaran, while the roof and engine compartment cover are finished in black carbon fiber. Silver rims with black brake calipers emulate Miura wheels.
The Miura theme continues in the salon. It was finished in white Bianco Leda genuine leather: it is sheathed on the seats with the Lamborghini logo on the headrests, the center console and the front panel, embroidered, like the iconic two-door. Also in the interior used black Alcantara.
Lamborghini said goodbye to the Aventador at the end of September, 11 years after the model’s debut. Over the years, the company has managed to sell more than 11 thousand copies of the Murciélago successor worldwide – more than all previous V12 cars.
In September, Lamborghini also unveiled the successor to its best-selling Urus crossover. The S model received a V8 tuned in the image of the Urus Performante and boosted to 666 horsepower, as well as different bumpers and an increased list of options.
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