Lamborghini is really good at creating sinister super sports cars, but it is equally as talented at naming them. According to the company, "Aventador" was the name of a bull that entered into battle on October 1993 at the Saragossa Arena, earning the "Trofeo de la Peña La Madroñera" for its outstanding courage. Having the courage to go up against a new world of super sports cars will be the name of the game for the new Lamborghini flagship. Today’s world is extremely high-tech and many new players have entered the arena. Lamborghini has been promoting its carbon-fiber monocoque technology and the Aventador’s 2.9 second 0-62mph, but will that be enough?
It was at Monza in April 1963 that the Ferrari 330 LM Berlinetta known as the 330 GTO made its debut. One of the three GTOs built in 1963 with a 4 litres engine, developing over 400 hp, unofficially known as 330 GTO & LMB. These are still considered part of the 33 GTOs produced and are floating at about $32,000,000 as of 2012. They only made 3 "330" GTOs, and I believe only 2 still exist.
Aston Martin spared no expense with the One-77, It's named that because just 77 will be handbuilt at the factory in Gaydon.
The One-77 features a fully adjustable suspension with pushrod-activated dampers. All those ponies flow through a six-speed paddle-shifted transmission developed exclusively for the One-77 and they are reined in with carbon-ceramic brake rotors.The One-77 features a full carbon fibre monocoque chassis, a handcrafted aluminium body, and a naturally aspirated 7.3 litre V12 engine with 750 hp.
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The LB Performance Murcielago in Forgiato Wheels' SEMA 2011 booth is ‘example’ of an Italian beauty mixed with Japanese expertise.
The supercar was lowered to an extreme level and fitted with Forgiato Wheels all around.
Transportation to and from SEMA 2011 for this beautiful Murcielago was by L.G. Exotic Auto Transport.