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Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Live Photos: 2011 Geneva Motor Show

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The Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 has finally landed, and as expected it looks out of this world--as any Lambo should. Replacing the Murcielago as Lamborghini’s flagship, the Aventador represents the pinnacle of the company's design and construction capabilities. Its performance stats reflect that.

It hustles to 62 mph from rest in a scant 2.9 seconds and has a top speed in excess of 217 mph. Power-to-weight ratio sits at 4.96 pounds per horsepower, reflecting the 700 horsepower output and 3,472 pound curb weight in a single stat.

Alas, unless you have a spare $379,700 laying around, either start saving or just keep dreaming. For full details on the new Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 supercar, check out our previous post by clicking here. And for our complete coverage of the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, click here.

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  1. its safe to say lambo designers never sleep... I mean you cant possibly sleep with this design on your mind.. this is what a "supercar" is supposed to look like... Sheesh this car is badass!!! ferarri's are pretty cool too!!! ;)
     
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  2. The bold and beautiful Countach is back in the Aventador. This car is going to be the car that every boy dream of, the center of every poster in a garage. Lamborghini is back!
     
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  3. An absolutely beautiful car! Some will compare it to the Reventon, but if a shape works, why change it too much? It would be like recommending plasstic surgery to MArilyn Monroe!
     
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  4. This is a much welcome designs compared to the very ugly and boring Gallardo and Murcielago. I won't compare this to the legendary designs of the Countach but it is a much nicer looking Lambo since the Diablo! Well done, for not creating a boring looking supercar and I hope from here on, its superb designs all the way. I also hope they retain the name and not use Jota as the official name. Jota sounds weak.
     
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