Lambo Aventador: Reimagined Style.

Novitec’s New Exhaust and Lowered Ride Height

The Lamborghini Revuelto presents an intriguing glimpse into the potential of the venerated Italian supercar producer, however Novitec delivers a dramatic exclamation point to their production Aventador with the upgrades of their LP 780-4 Ultimae.

The Novitec-modified example acquires a carbon-fiber exterior set. Additional panels appear above and below the existing air intakes. As opposed to the unmodified model, this version has extended hood vents. Moreover, it ships with side rocker panel embellishments. Consumers have an option of selecting between two exclusive rear wing designs. With a newly designed engine lid, inlet ducts snap onto it, thereby diminishing front-axle lift at fast paces.

Vehicles traverse on hand-crafted, center-lock wheels made by Vossen having a 20-inch span on the forewheels and a 21-inch size at the rear. This molding comes with widely dispersed, Y-shaped spokes. Customers possess a selection of 72 tones for them, together with picking a brushed or slick veneer.

Novitec introduces an exhaust lightening the load by a whopping 42 pounds (19 kilograms), in contrast to the existing factory-installed component. Moreover, tuners from Novitec fit new springs to the suspension system, significantly reducing car height by 1.378 inches (35 millimeters).

The 2021 Aventador Ultimae is the last edition of the world-renowned supercar. This particular variant boasts a mammoth 6.5-liter V12 motor, generating an extraordinary 769 horsepower at 8,500 rpm and 531 pound-feet at 6,750 rpm. Weight-wise, it weights 3,417 lbs. Acceleration is jaw-dropping. It can accomplish 0 to 60 mph in as little as 2.8 seconds, while 124 mph is achievable in 8.7 seconds only. Its highest achievable speed is 220.5 mph (335 kph).

Lamborghini presented the Ultimae in coupé and roadster styles. Consumers were able to select from eighteen standard shades plus more than three hundred other shades through the Ad Personam personalisation division. The organisation confined output to 350 hardtop cars and 250 convertibles.

In November 2022, Lamborghini completed the making of its final Ultimae. The motorcar was then auctioned off and brought in a staggering $1.6 million. This special model sported an original exterior consisting of a blue-to-black color gradient. On top of that, purchasers were given a non-fungible token representing the car as well as a privileged tour of the Lamborghini museum.

If you’re keen to learn about the latest Lamborghini Revuelto, tune in to episode of Rambling About Cars where we have Bran Hansen to talk all about this supercar.

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