Lamborghini Aventador @ Top Speed – hits upon the luxury car

The Lamborghini S.p.A was founded in 1963 and is now managed by the German Volkswagen Group. The 2 models in the Indian market are the Aventador which was launched in 2011 and the Huracan launched in September 2014. Lamborghini Aventador their flagship vehicle is named after a bull which fought and died in a ring in Saragossa in 1993.The Aventador comes in 2 variants, both in petrol. The Aventador LP 700-4 is in coupe form priced Rupees 3.69 crore. The Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster, a convertible is priced Rupees 4.78 crore.

The body made of carbon fiber monocoque with Aluminium front and rear frames. The designers have given it a two-piece roof that can be fixed and removed manually. The diamond and hexagon shapes in the cabin are impressive. The tyres are R19 type at the front and R20 type at the rear with disc type brakes. The Lamborghini cars can move smoothly against the wind resistance. The low profile design has a stream-lined body with thin angular head lights, scissor shaped doors and roof line falling smoothly to the front and the rear. It weighs 1625 kg. Also check Lamborghini Aventador Price in India Specifications, Reviews, Mileage.


Safety measures

Safety is taken care by 6 air bags, ABS, EBD, ESP, BA, Hill hold control, and cruise control.


The suspension package in this car is F1 inspired. 

  • Front Double wishbone
  • Rear pushrod


  • Front Carbon Ceramic, vented disc
  • Rear Carbon Ceramic, vented disc


  • Length 4780 mm
  • Width 2265 mm
  • Height 1136 mm
  • Wheel base 2700 mm

Cabin features

The cockpit inspired cabin of the Aventador has features like a TFT instrument cluster, leather seats, electric ORVMs and a music system with Bluetooth connectivity and GPS. The digital instrumentation and red, ‘missile launcher’-style flip-up cover have all the elements of a fighter jet’s cockpit, a lot of the switchgear and the familiar MMI interface feel like they’ve been plucked out of an Audi. And these bits of parts sharing really stand out in a car that is otherwise beyond the extreme scale.



The Aventador uses a V12 engine having 6498 cc volume, 700 bhp power and 690 NM torque giving a fuel economy of 6.3 kmpl. The fuel tank capacity is 90 L. The Aventador gets a seven-speed, single-clutch automated manual gearbox.

Lamborghini Aventador @ Top Speed

It takes 2.9 seconds for the Lamborghini Aventador to accelerate from 0-100 kmph with a maximum speed of 350 kmph. Automobili Lamborghini has definitely redefined the very high point of the world super sports cars with a super formula that combines power, lightweight engineering and amazing handling performance in a uniquely designed car that delivers an unparalleled driving experience.

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2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE 350d road test review (India)

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Are current Street 750 owners justified in demanding a free brakes upgrade from Harley-Davidson?

A group of customers who have purchased Harley-Davidson Street 750s wrote to OVERDRIVE a couple of days ago. They say that they’ve read about the brake upgrades on the new 2016 Harley-Davidson Street 750 and that the Harley dealer has been offering them the choice of upgrading to the entirely new system for the sum of Rs 60,000. This group of customers is demanding that Harley-Davidson should be offering them the upgrade for free.


Buying from a used car broker: the pros and cons

Used car brokers can be an excellent way of saving money on a used car, but there are pitfalls, too. Here’s our advice.

Used car brokers connect people who are looking for inexpensive used cars to the manufacturers and car dealers who are selling cars on the used market.

There are some names that you’ll be familiar with, such as Cargiant and Motorpoint – both of which have a huge number of cars in stock themselves, but also connect you to used car dealers. This means you can use their search systems and let them do all the hard work.

It’s often tempting just to go to your local dealer and check out their stock. It’s often a good idea, though, to cast your net a bit wider, as there’ll often be a dealer that offers cars at significantly lower prices than the one that’s closest to you.

Here, we’ve listed the pros and cons of going through a used car broker. It won’t always be the best option for you, but you can sometimes get a great deal this way.

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South African car dealers at the Beitbridge Border Post have started reducing prices of pre-owned vehicles from Japan, Singapore and the United Kingdom as they battle to clear huge stocks caused by low business. Major dealers such as Quest Royal, Wright Cars, Autonet, Kumura Motors, Jakes Auto and KDG had by Friday last week reduced prices of old stock to

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New, used, or nearly-new – what should I buy? Read more: New, used, or nearly-new – what should I buy?

Carbuyer outlines the pros and cons of new, second-hand and nearly-new cars

It’s the age-old question when you’re choosing your next car: do you go new, nearly new or used? It’s a tricky one: there are plenty of plusses and minuses for all three and a number of factors that need considering. Therefore, we’ve put together a handy guide to help you choose which is best for you.

It’s fairly common to head to your local dealer certain that you’re after a new car, but then discovering that in fact a used or nearly new car would actually suit you better. The reverse can also be true, with many people set on a used car finding that a deal on a new car is better value.

It’s very rare for someone to walk in to a car dealership, pay however many thousands of pounds for a new car and then drive it away. Most new cars are bought or leased on finance deals that involve spreading the cost over monthly payments, This makes more sense for a lot of people than buying a relatively inexpensive used car, especially if there’s no deposit required. Others may not be able to afford a new car regardless of how the cost is spread out or simply dislike being held in an agreement for a number of years.

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How to choose your new car options

Negotiating the options list is always tricky – Carbuyer shows you how

Once you’ve decided which car you’re going to buy, there are still loads of choices to make. One of the most taxing and perplexing is deciding which options you’re going to go for.

Not only can these affect the ownership experience – for better or worse – but they can also seriously impact a car’s resale value. Read on for our advice on how to choose the best options.

What are optional extras?

As the name suggests, optional extras are features on a car that aren’t included in its original list price and for which you must pay extra. These can be anything from technical features, to different designs of alloy wheels or special paint colours.

Each model of car on sale comes with a different set of options to choose from and the same type of option (e.g. sat nav) can be priced differently depending on which car you go for.

The majority of new car model ranges are divided into different ‘trim levels’. These are priced differently and come with increasingly more standard equipment as you move up the range. Some engine and gearbox combinations may only be available with certain trim levels, too.

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2015 Frankfurt Motor Show: Jaguar F-Pace SUV unveiled

The CX-17 Crossover Concept from Jaguar was unveiled two years ago on this very day and it took the world by storm, and not just because it was the company’s first attempt at a body type which its sister company Land Rover has mastered over decades. Now the production ready version of the crossover concept has been unveiled right before the Frankfurt Motorshow and in flesh it seems the wait has been worth it. You can at once tell that its got the soul of the F-Type sports car and hence the name ‘F-Pace’. But really, a Jaguar crossover? Well, why not? Porsche did it and succeeded, Bentley is about to do it in a few hours, and even Rolls Royce will do it in the near future. The crossover and SUV body forms are but an eventuality for luxury car makers. Having gotten that out of the way, here’s what the F-Pace is like in flesh.