Black On Black Lamborghini Aventador  

Currently at work making a delivery to another office building, and I spot this Lamborghini Aventador in Nashville just hanging out. I’ve never seen one in real life. I wish I had time to take more pictures, but the owner seemed to be in a hurry….that one’s owneris Alex Ojjeh’s, Alex Ojjeh Lamborghin Aventador Nashville TN drives that everywhere. He also owns a Bugatti Veyron, Rolls Royce Wraith, A Porsche 911, a Range Rover and a Ferrari Spider.

It’s no secret that Alex Ojjeh Supercars Nashville TN, his recent purchase was a Black Bugatti Veyron 16.4, but Alex still rides this Lamborghini. Clearly, he saw the car was too clean and took it for a spin in the desert.

The standard car which is part of Alex Ojjeh’s collection and would currently cost around $417,000

Engine: 6.5 L L539 V12

Wheelbase: 2,700 mm (106.3 in)

Transmission: 7-speed ISR automated manual

Overall rating

Few cars will contend with the Lamborghini Aventador. The Aventador is squarely placed in the supercar stratosphere, fueled by a roaring non-turbo V12 and covered in bombastic body panels, and it attracts eyes everywhere it goes. But after several years in the same shape, Lamborghini agreed that a fresh dose of strength and an updated look should be used for the Aventador.

Frankly, the increase in weight is small, but it gives the cockpit a more concentrated look and helps you focus on the task in hand. Namely, holding this V12 behemoth straight and narrow.There are carbon bucket seats, carbon door panels with leather belts for handles, and a two-piece solid carbon fiber roof that pops out and slots perfectly in the front boot, leaving space for your favorite piece of A4 paper.Carbon fiber is both the manually adjustable rear wing and fang-like front intakes. Basically, there’s a lot of carbon fiber in there.

As a result, it weights 50kg less than the stock Aventador Roadster, at 1575kg, but 50kg more than the SV Coupe due to the requisite strengthening for the frame.

It’s swift and loud. Capitalized for application, and not to encourage a television show for car restoration, the words that open this review are all that the Lamborghini Aventador SV is about. Free of comforts and amenities, with the exception of dual-zone climate control, the big, rapid, bonkers Lambo isconcentrated exclusively on getting from one point to a different as quickly as possible. Driven by a 6.5-liter V12, the 740-horsepower engine transmits 509 lb-ft of torque to all four wheels via a seven-speed automatic single-clutch transmission. Restricted to only 600 models, this half-a-million-dollar supercar has the tag Superveloce, which simply means super fast. Where it fails to deliver on comfort and daily usability, it exceeds expectations when it involves living up to its name.