The 2000th Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 rolled off the assembly line from the company’s Sant’ Agata Bolognese plant and heads straight to the United States. Bought by Thaddeus Arroyo, Chief Intelligence Officer for AT&T, this Nero Nemesis car bears the chassis number 2,000.
The productivity at Lamborghini's Sant’ Agata Bolognese plant has noticeably increased for the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 compared to the previous flagship model: the Murciélago. It took four years and a half before the 2,000th example of the Murciélago rolled off the assembly line.
Launched in 2001, the Murciélago reached the 2,000-vehicle milestone in March 2006 while the Aventador has reached this milestone in just over two years, with production currently of nearly five cars per day. Initial pre-order expectations for this model have been exceeded and the order bank for both versions covers more than one year