Lamborghini Aventador specs, dimensions, facts & figures

Lamborghini Aventador

MSRP CA$463,775 (2018)
Fees N/A
Gas guzzler tax CA$4,000
Monthly payments CA$8,730/month
Engine 6.5 l V12
Power 730 hp @ 8,400 rpm (544 kW)
Torque 507 lb·ft @ 5,500 rpm (687 N·m)
Induction Atmospheric
Fuel type Premium
Transmission 7-speed automatic
Drivetrain AWD
Vehicle type / Category
Vehicle type Coupe
Category Exotic
Assembly Sant’Agata, IT
Generation 1
Fuel efficiency / Autonomy
City 26.3 L/100km
Highway 15.6 L/100km
Combined 21.5 L/100km
Autonomy 395 km
CO₂ emissions 487 g/km
Apple CarPlay compatible not available
Android Auto compatible available
Steering / Suspension / Brakes / Tires
Steering rack and pinion, variable assist
Turning diameter 12 m (41′)
Front suspension independent, wishbones
Rear suspension independent, wishbones
Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc
Front tires P255/30ZR20
Rear tires P355/25ZR21
Seat belts 2
Dimensions / Weight
Length 4,797 mm (189″)
Width 2,030 mm (80″)
Height 1,136 mm (45″)
Wheelbase 2,700 mm (106″)
Front track 1,720 mm (68″)
Rear track 1,700 mm (67″)
Weight 1,575 kg (3,472 lb)
Passengers 2
Trunk 140 l
Fuel tank 85 l (19 gal)
Towing capacity N/A
Power to weight ratio 345.6 W/kg
0-100 km/h 2.9 s (manufacturer)
80-120 km/h N/A
Top speed 350 km/h (217 mph) (manufacturer)
Braking distance 31 m
Base warranty 3 years/unlimited
Powertrain warranty 3 years/unlimited
The Car Guide rating
Fuel economy 3/10
Reliability N/A
Safety 8/10
Infotainment 6/10
Driving 9/10
Overall 9/10
Average 77%(view ratings)



  • AIRBAGS: Driver, passenger and side airbags; kneels airbags in selected markets
  • PASSIVE SAFETY: Front and rear specific collapsible areas; side protection system
  • ACTIVE SAFETY: Electronic Stability Control (integrating ABS and TCS)



The new Aventador S features magneto-rheological front and rear shock absorbers with pushrod system, which constantly modify the behaviour of the suspensions according to the road conditions and the driving mode selected.

SVJ Interior

If you intend to build a track-ready supercar, sacrifices must be made. Leather is still available, but Alcantara covers any surface that is not carbon fiber. Speaking of carbon, it is used for the structure of the cockpit along with the door panels, roof panels, instrument cluster, and even the floorboard. While it may look and feel like a coupe, the top panels are easily stowed under the hood. The seats are ready for your racing harness, and door handles have been replaced by pull straps.


  • CONTROL SYSTEMS: ESC integrating ABS and TCS with different characteristics according to the driving mode selected
  • SUSPENSION TYPE: Pushrod magnetorheological active front and rear suspension with horizontal dampers and springs
  • SUSPENSION GEOMETRY: Aluminum double-wishbone fully independent front and rear suspension.
  • STEERING SYSTEM: Hydraulic assisted power steering, with 3 different Servotronic characteristics coupled with Lamborghini Dynamic Steering (LDS) and Rear Wheel Steering (RWS), managed by drive select mode
  • STEERING WHEEL RATIO 10:1 – 18:1
  • STEERING WHEEL turns lock to lock 2.1 – 2.4
  • STEERING WHEEL diameter 358 mm
  • KERB-TO-KERB TURNING CIRCLE: 11.5 m (37.73 ft.)

Aventador Ultimae Gas Mileage

According to the EPA, the Aventador can only cough up gas mileage figures of 9/16/11 mpg city/highway/combined. Those are truly horrendous numbers that can drop further if the V12’s superpowers are regularly called upon. Although the 22.5-gallon gas tank isn’t exactly small, you’ll still be limited to around 247 miles in a mix of city and highway driving. Considering that most sane humans fill up before the tank is completely empty, a more realistic figure is probably around 220 miles of range.

Infotainment and Connectivity

The Aventador’s standard infotainment system is behind the times, with dated graphics and awkward integration. In addition to voice commands and Apple CarPlay capability, the company offers a performance data recorder that saves lap times and track data. If so inclined, buyers can select the upgraded audio system that adds door-mounted subwoofers and tweeters on the dashboard.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

With fuel-economy ratings in the single digits, the Aventador ranks among the least efficient cars on the market. We haven’t had the opportunity to test the government’s estimates on our 75-mph highway fuel-economy route, which simulates real-world mpg and is part of our extensive testing regimen. For more information about the Aventador’s fuel economy, visit the EPA’s website.


  • front rims20'' DIONE silver forged aluminum alloy rims; 9J x 20 ET32.2
  • rear rims21'' DIONE silver forged aluminum alloy rims; 13J x 21 ET66.7
  • front tiresPIRELLI P ZERO 255/30 ZR20
  • rear tiresPIRELLI P ZERO 355/25 ZR21

SVJ Engine

Inspired by the Lamborghini Squadra Corse racing program, the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Engine engine is now accessed with quick-release pins. Under that cover lies a 770 horsepower and 530 lb-ft of torque. The intake and cylinder heads are all-new, with port-matched intake and exhaust systems. Titanium intake valves are lighter, allowing for a redline of 8,500 rpm. You will be at 60 mph in 2.4 seconds and 124 mph arrives in 8.6 seconds…It will go faster than 217 mph, so we wonder who will be the first to achieve the true top speed.

Key Specifications of Lamborghini Aventador

ARAI Mileage7.69 kmpl
City Mileage3.22 kmpl
Fuel TypePetrol
Engine Displacement (cc)6498
No. of cylinder12
Max Power (bhp@rpm)759.01bhp@8500rpm
Max Torque (nm@rpm)720Nm@6750rpm
Seating Capacity2
Boot Space (Litres)110
Fuel Tank Capacity90.0
Body TypeCoupe
Ground Clearance Unladen125mm

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