In just over two years, the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 achieves a production milestone as the 2,000th unit rolls off the production line. It took its predecessor, the Murcielago, five years to reach the same production number.
That is partly due to the fact that Lamborghini has significantly boosted the Sant’Agata Bolognese plant’s productivity in recent years, partly due to the increased demand for high-end super cars as a result of economic growth in countries like China, and partly because the Aventador is just more awesome than the old Murci.
The milestone car is finished in Nero Nemesis, which is a kind of cool black, and it is now on its way to the United States. Its owner, Thaddeus Arroyo of AT&T, test drove the Aventador a while ago during a Lamborghini event in Palm Beach and he was hooked immediately.
If it keeps going at this pace, the Aventador will soon break all the sales record of the Murcielago, and possibly the Gallardo. As you may know, Lamborghini cars have a lifespan of about ten years, during which they get many different variants and special edition models.
The Aventador launched as a Coupe, joined by a Roadster version earlier this year. The next model is a hotted-up SV variant.