Aventador J Revealed

The normal Lamborghini Aventador has 690hp, all wheel drive, and is the automotive equivalent to a defibrillator. However, what if you’re the type of millionaire that wants something more unique and off kilter? You’re the type of millionaire that hunts exotic, wild beasts, pays to go into space, and may be clinically insane. Basically, you’re a modern day version of Teddy Roosevelt with a 6 pack. If this sounds like you, Lamborghini has just the car for you: The Aventador J.

Already sold for a cool $2.1 million euros, the J takes a “normal” Aventador and chops off the roof and the windshield, removes the air conditioning and navigation system to lose weight, and adds “Carbonskin” material to the seat. The result, Lamborghini says, is “an utterly indescribable experience of power and dynamics,” but that’s because you can’t say “batsh$t insane” in a press release. So if you want to know how it feels to be ejected from an F-22 at the speed of sound, buy an Aventador J.

The only one they are going to make is already sold, but something tells me it is in the hands of someone who is crazy enough to enjoy it.

  

Eye candy still helps sell cars

The auto industry is always evolving, but some things never change. A commitment to style and beauty has always been an important aspect of the business, and brands like Ferrari, BMW and Lamborghini are examples of brands that embrace this ethos.

With the beauty of cars often comes beautiful women as well. As you can see from the photo above from the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, many brands understand this connection very well. This photo has two models in the Lamborghini display. Now that Chrysler is owned by Fiat, you have this trend reappearing in the United States as well with all of their brands. Some brands are more conservative, but you wonder if they’re missing something.

The result is that the car business keeps the calendar printing business going, as calendars featuring stylish cars with attractive models never seem to go out of style. While much of the marketing and PR business has gone digital, beautifully printed brochures and calendars are still an important part of the equation. And for some, it’s a great business as these calendars never go out of style.

  

Lamborghini and Italian models at the Frankfurt Motor Show

The Frankfurt Motor Show is huge, with countless exhibit halls filled with new cars and concept vehicles. Lamborghini had one of the smaller exhibits, but they got plenty of attention a red Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale that they unveiled at the show along with two beautiful Aventadors in white and metallic gray.

Read the full article and check out the entire gallery at Bullz-Eye.com!

  

Is there a Lamborghini in your future?

From the Detroit Bureau.com:

When the new Lamborghini Aventador was introduced, earlier this year, it included a feature that allows a driver to slightly raise the nose to prevent the front wing from scraping on speed bumps or steep driveways.

For the Italian maker, that’s about as big a concession as it has ever made for day-to-day driving – most owners pulling their Gallardos and Murcielagos out of the garage only on weekends or special occasions.

But that’s about to change, according to Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann, who has confirmed an earlier report in TheDetroitBureau.com that the maker is developing what he has dubbed “an everyday car.”

“We are going to have a third model,” the German-born, Italian-reared executive announced during a conference sponsored by the Reuters news service. “It has to be an everyday car. We want to have a car which is able to be used on a daily basis.”

Read the full article.

  

A Look at the 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4

Insidline.com offers readers an exlcusive look at the 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4.

  

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