Lamborghini, a name that immediately conjures up images of streamlined supercars racing down the countryside has now dropped a bombshell at the ongoing 2012 Geneva Motor Show with the introduction of the all new Lamborghini Aventador J. This latest offering from Italy based manufacturer of luxury supercars has already gripped the attention of nearly all attendees to the event. The Aventador J has been designed an developed around the highly successful Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, however, this new model looks nothing like the original. Powered by a 6.5 L V12 engine, same as Aventador, the Aventador J is capable of churning a massive 700 bhp, which when paired with a seven speed single clutch transmission, is capable of taking this gorgeous ride to a top speed of 186 mph.
What really makes the new Aventador J all the more appealing an strikingly difference from its predecessor, is its drop-dead gorgeous looks. The model showcased at the event is presented in a fiery red paintjob and has been extensively crafted from carbon fiber to make the car lighter and more aerodynamically efficient than the Aventador LP700-4. The most astounding feature of the new Aventador J is the exclusion of the roof as well as the front windshield that is sure to provide an exclusive driving experience at high speeds. To ensure that the driver and the passenger are able to enjoy driving in its rawest form, Lamborghini has done away with the in-cat air conditioning and has even removed the navigation system from the Aventador J. This new Lamborghini supercar makes use of an entirely new element called, Carbonskin that has been extensively used in the interiors of the car and carries properties that effectively reduces the weight of the car considerably.
Now, if you wish to grab the Lamborghini Aventador J for yourself, then I’m afraid that’s not going to happen. This marvelous new Lamborghini model has been designed as a one-off example and the superb supercar has already been scooped up by an anonymous buyer for a staggering $2.75 million.