After 10 years of production, Lamborghini finally retires the Aventador with the last of the line, limited edition Ultimae.
The most powerful Aventador ever built, the Ultimae kicks out 780hp (10 up on the SVJ) for a 221mph top speed - making this the fastest Lamborghini road car ever.
Braking is via carbon ceramics with 6-piston calipers as standard, while handling is enhanced by rear-wheel steering. Nurburgring laps should be on a par with the former record holding SVJ.
Externally, it looks similar to the other Aventadors, lacking the prominent wing of the SVJ. The bespoke alcantara lined interior trim can be further enhanced through Lamborghini's 'Ad Personam' program.
Limited to 350 coupes and 250 roadsters, the last ever naturally aspirated Lamborghini V12 can be yours from a trifiling £340k + options.
With the inexorable shift towards hybrid/electric propulsion, the Ultimae marks the sad end of the classic large displacement, normally aspirated era.