The Pinkteron detective agency is offering a $100,000 reward for information that leads to the recovery of a 2015 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadster stolen in New York.
Lamborghini Aventador Lp700 4
Hamann Motorsport made a big splash at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show with a modified Lamborghini Aventador. The metallic orange monster has been rechristened the Hamann Nervudo, and packs an extra 60 horsepower and 34 pound-feet of torque, thanks to a few tweaks to the ECU. The other big mechanical change is an optional exhaust, which we're told exists solely to spit fire. Doesn't the Aventador do that already?
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The Lamborghini Aventador is more than an obscenely fast supercar – it's also a ridiculously expensive barbecue. At least, that's what this video would have you believe. SCD-TV shows one of the extra uses for that shiny new Aventador in your driveway, by cooking a sausage while it belches flames out of its back end.
We got our first look at this carbon-clad Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 from Mansory at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year, but at the time, we didn't have many details on the car except that its massive V12 had been massaged to produce 754 horsepower and 553 pound-feet torque. Now the German tuner has released more details and photos of its unique creation, dubbed Carbonado.
You ever get the feeling that automakers are understating the performance capabilities of their cars? Some do, and some don't. But it appears that Lamborghini has undershot the v-max on its latest mid-engine V12 supercar, the Aventador LP700-4.
What's the only thing better than a 700-horsepower super-coupe? Why, a 700-horsepower supercar roadster, of course! Since the last two V12 supercars from Lamborghini – the Diablo and Murcielago (not to mention the Reventon) – both spawned open-top derivatives, we knew it would only be a matter of time before the Aventador would follow suit.
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At long last, we've seen the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4. As any fan of the golden bull should know, when it comes to guessing the next variant of Lamborghini's biggest and baddest coupe all one need do is imagine the car with about two feet of roof gone missing. Or you don't even need to suppose, since RenderedSpeculation.com has done it for you.