Monday, November 14, 2011
By Pranjal Gera
Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 launched at Rs 3.69 Crore; 20 cars already booked
The craze for fast moving sports cars in India was witnessed at-its-best from the stands of Formula One racing. In order to cater the elite or high net worth individuals (HNIs) in the country filled with enthusiasm for sports cars, the Automobili Lamborghini SpA also known as Lamborghini has introduced a new model in its line up called Aventador LP 700-4 dated November 11th. This zooming sports car is priced at INR 3.69 Crore (Ex-Showroom Delhi).
The Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4; a twin door and capable to seat two adults, was primarily showcased at Geneva Motor Show held in the first quarter of 2010. The sports car banged on target when it saw 20 booking orders from Indian consumers along with 1500 vehicles being booked worldwide, as claimed by the firm. The waiting duration is of around 18 months after booking for Indian consumer.
The Italian luxury sports car maker has powered this elite treat with a gigantic 12- cylinder, 6498 cc engine and this enables the power-train to churn out maximum power of around 700 PS collectively with maximum torque of nearly 690 Nm. The rocket-fast sports car attains a top speed of 350 km per hour; which makes it stand among the fastest street-legal cars globally. The company’s latest model Aventador LP 700-4 has eliminated the earlier Lamborghini Murciélago as its flagship vehicle; which lasted for near about 10 years.
Lamboghini Marketing Manager for South-east Asia Pacific, Mr. James Page stated that the country has immense potential in terms of sports car obsession and is the upcoming market for the company. He further added that Aventador model is an example of consistent betterment of Italian firms brand values and the concluded racing event is sure boost sales.
The company has sole dealership in the nation in the name of Exclusive Motors based in Delhi. Mr. Page informed that the further step in company’s expansion will be the inauguration of a new dealership in Mumbai in the first quarter of next year.