They're both Italian. They both have V12 engines with around six and a half liters of displacement and upwards of 600 horsepower driving all four wheels. They'll also both cost their affluent buyers over a third of a million dollars to get their hands on (before speculation and everything else is factored in).
That is, of course, only if they can actually get their hands on one. Because according to reports, both the Ferrari Four and the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 have already been sold out for the next year's worth of production.
We say "already" because both cars – flagships for arch-rival marques – were only just unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show days before reportedly selling out. Eight hundred of the former are slated to be produced through the end of 2011, and 700 of the latter. Which means that either their buyers have been plonking down over three hundred thousand bucks sight unseen, or more likely, both companies have been giving select clientele previews.
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