If you think the Lamborghini Avendator is quick off the line, you would be correct. But not only can it make the dash from 0-62 mph in just 2.9 seconds, the company has also just had the 2000th copy of the supercar dash off the production line.
The 2000th example of the Aventador line was a LP700-4 coupe painted in Nero Nemesis (black) bound for the U.S. The car was purchased by Thaddeus Arroyo, who is AT&T's Chief Information Officer and also owns a Gallardo LP550-2 Spyder, according to Lamborghini.
Compared with the Murciélago that the Aventador replaced, the newer model took about half the time to hit the milestone; it took the Aventador just over two years at a production rate of five cars per day to total 2000 units.
In case you've forgotten, the Aventador LP700-4 is powered by a 6.5-liter V-12 engine good for 700 hp and 509 lb-ft of torque. Power is sent through a seven-speed automated-manual transmission to all four wheels via a Haldex all-wheel drive system. The Italian supercar is good for a top speed of 217 mph.