The 2017 Lamborghini Aventador is yet another installment in a series that has proven a worthy successor to the legendary Murcielago. It should be said that Lamborghini has only produced two V-12 engine designs over the last five decades, and the second one is for this bad boy. When it comes to supercars, it will not lose to anyone or anything.
Supercars do not generally have a release date, so the 2017 Lamborghini Aventador is also in this category.
However, if you were hoping to see the real one in person, you will have to wait at least until next spring and hope to get in line in time to catch a glimpse of it in Italy.
2017 Lamborghini Aventador Price
This facelift is going to bump up Aventador’s price tag, albeit not by much. Since the older versions would go for roughly $403,000 the added value is not going to matter to anyone who can actually afford one of these.
The conservative estimates place the new price tag somewhere in the vicinity of $410,000 but there is also additional equipment and other costs to be factored in.
Even though we only have spyshots of the 2017 Lamborghini Aventador to look at, that camo did not do much to hide some of the more prominent features. From the looks of it, we are looking at a brand new front bumper up front, plus two extra vents shaped as the letter V.
Another thing we could not help but notice is the slightly longer lower intake. The aerodynamics has been given much thought, but it looks like it did not help much in terms of acceleration since the old record has yet to be beaten. Unlike the intake at the front, those in the rear are smaller, and so are the grilles below the taillights.
Interior of 2017 Lamborghini Aventador
If you were looking for interior changes in this updated version of the Aventador, you will be disappointed. Although, it won’t be much of a disappointment, since the biggest drawback that has yet to be corrected is the instrument cluster and the infotainment system.
The rest of the interior was already amazing to begin with. Starting with sporty adjustable seats, the steering wheel that looks ready to fly as well as controls that might as well have been ripped out of a cockpit of a fighter plane. Add to the mix lots of fine leather and stickers and you have a recipe for success.
For all those who were worrying over the drivetrain of the 2017 Lamborghini Aventador, we can finally put your minds at ease. The old favorite is back for another run: the 6.5 L V-12, only with even more improvements.
The Aventador is going to benefit even more from this facelift as it is not exactly skin-deep. The power output is now 720 hp and top speed is at 2017 mph. The first 60 mph will be exceeded in under 3 seconds. The transmission is a 7-speed semiautomatic and it transfers power to all four wheels.