AVENTADOR LP 700-4 BRAND NEW CLUTCH -97%! FULLY SERVICED! EXTENDED WARRANTY! NAVIGATION! CARBON CERAMIC BRAKES! MATCHING CALIPERS! PARK ASSIST/REAR VIEW CAM+SENSORS! FRONT SUSPENSION LIFT SYSTEM 20” REAR/19” INCH BLACK WHEELS LAMBORGHINI PREMIUM SOUND! CARBON FIBER ENGINE COVER! CLEAN CARFAX! TWO TONE LEATHER SEATS! ADAPTIVE L.E.D HEADLIGHTS! AUX / USB/ INPUT! AUTO CLIMATE CONTROL! 19” INCH FRONT / 20”INCH REAR WHEELS! WE FINANCE! This car is a MUST SEE!! If you are considering a LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR LP 700-4!
Really, as a bull trotting into a Spanish fighting ring, the best you can hope for is to someday have a Lamborghini named in your honor. Because after the mules drag out your skewered carcass, your future is pretty much one of minute steaks and dog food.
The bull named Aventador, all 1118 pounds of him, put up a good fight in Zaragoza back on October 15, 1993. Matador Emilio Muñoz may have even broken a sweat because after he killed the animal—ideally done with an espada thrust down between the shoulder blades to sever the aorta—Muñoz was awarded one of the ears as a trophy. And people say hockey is a blood sport. But, alas, nobody has built a carbon-fiber supercar called the Gretzky.
Our 34-hour tryst with a $412,015 Lamborghini Aventador began at its factory in Sant’Agata Bolognese, proceeded to a test track near Milan where the critical acceleration and braking numbers proved to be 3.0 seconds and 144 feet, and ended with a series of redline rips through some deep tunnels in the Apennines near the Mediterranean coast. Spoiler alert: This review will be largely positive.
Murciélago—the bull, not the car—was blessed with a better fate than Aventador, surviving his 24 stab wounds in the ring and retiring with both ears to the Miura family farm, where he was presented 70 cows with which to mate.