Lamborghini says it has built the 10 000th example of its V12-powered Aventador, some nine years after production started.

The vehicle that just rolled off the assembly line at the Sant’Agata Bolognese factory features chassis number 10 000. The milestone model is an Aventador SVJ Roadster in Grigio Acheso with Rosso Mimir livery and an interior finished in Rosso Alala and black. This particular car is destined for the Thai market.

The Aventador debuted in 2011 in coupé form as the LP700-4, powered by a 515 kW V12 and sprinting from zero to 100 km/h in a claimed 2,9 seconds, before topping out at 350 km/h. In November 2012, the Italian firm added the Roadster version to the mix, complete with a roof composed of two sections and fashioned entirely of carbon-fibre.

Some four years later, the Aventador S was introduced, with power hiked to 544 kW, while the track-focused 566 kW Aventador SVJ was introduced in 2018.

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