Lamborghini Aventador assembled in a room

There is a lot going on with the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4. The Raging Bull's new range topper features a 691-horsepower V12 that can propel the world's fanciest door stop to 60 miles per hour in a scant 2.9 seconds. The Aventador looks good enough to cause whiplash injuries from rubbernecking onlookers. We could gush endlessly about Italy's newest exotic, and at the end of the day there will always be room in our driveway for such a supercar.

But what about our living room?

The folks at Lamborghini needed to deliver an Aventador to a Lamborghini Museum exhibition called "La Forza del Toro" at Chiostro del. Unfortunately, the Great Room-sized space reserved for the exotic contained no entryway large enough to drive the Aventador through, but that's when Italian ingenuity comes into play. Instead of knocking down a wall or lifting a ceiling, Team Lambo simply delivered an Aventador in pieces, then put them together on the spot. The end result is a fully functional Aventador for the "La Forza del Toro" exhibit.

Hit the jump to see the hot new Lambo get pieced together from scratch.