From the same German dealer reportedly offering a production version of the Sesto Elemento concept car for a cool $3 million, comes news that a Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4, the replacement for the Murcielago supercar, is available for pre-order.

We know that Lamborghini conducted a worldwide tour to promote its new flagship supercar, with a showcase in Singapore reportedly netting more than 50 sales alone. So, perhaps, it’s not impossible that German dealer Autosalon-Singen would have a car up for sale already.

The particular model is a black LP 700-4 with a black interior. Pricing is set at 260,420 euro, which comes out to be around $350,000 at current exchange rates and without including taxes. Quoted features include air conditioning, a navigation system, ABS anti-blocking system, multiple airbags, ESP, traction control, a car computer, Euro 5 catalytic converter, xenon lights, automatic keyless go, ceramic brakes, rain sensing wipers, a lifting system (optional on Murcielagos), and an iPod interface.

Most of these features are standard, which we know because of a leaked order guide.

If you missed that post, the LP 700-4 will come powered by a 6.5-liter V-12 rated at 700 metric horsepower, or about 690 of our American horses. Weight? It tips the scales at 3,472 pounds, with 43 percent of that over the front axle, and 57 percent over the rear. It will be a big, low car, at 106 inches wheelbase, 188 inches in length, almost 80 inches across, and just 44 inches tall.

The world debut of the new Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 isn’t scheduled until March’s 2011 Geneva Motor Show. In the meantime, keep up on all the details by clicking here.


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