The Lamborghini Aventador is far from a popular supermarket product that’s been priced half-off and is flying off of the shelves. Of course, there’s still something to be said for a supercar that costs a tad under $400,000 to have the kind of demand it has.
The supercar is just a little over a year old, but Lamborghini is already celebrating breaking the 1000-mode threshold of the Aventador. That’s right, Lamborghini Aventador number 1000 has rolled out of the production block.
The lucky owner of the 1000th Aventador - A German architect - was given the keys to his milestone supercar by no less than Lamborghini president and CEO, Stephan Winkelmann. The car is finished in the Argos Orange body color that was one of the first colors Lamborghini used on the supercar.
Here’s the most impressive part: orders for the supercar are full for the next year-and-a-half, which means that Lamborghini will have their hands full for quite some time just to meet customer demand of their latest pride and joy. If they keep this up, there’s no telling how fast it’s going to take for the Aventador to blow the Murcielago’s record of 4,099 units built.
When the time comes that Lamborghini introduces variants of the Aventador, expect sales to pick up even more, prompting us to believe that it’s only a matter of time before Lamborghini builds 4,100 models of the Aventador.
Only a matter of time.