“What’s the fastest Lamborghini?” This question has surely gone through your head at some point in life. Naturally, we have decided to dig in and find the answers. Down below, you’ll see which is the fastest Lamborghini from 0 to 60 mph, the fastest Lamborghini 1/4-mile time, and the fastest Lamborghini top speed. Included in these lists are strictly road cars – we’re not talking about twin-turbo aftermarket cars or the Huracan GT3. This is a quest for the fastest production Lamborghini. We could have done this with one phone call, but Mr. Balboni is getting ready for Monterey.
Every car on this page is AWD, and automatic. The single-clutch automatic was known as e-gear, and their latest models are all dual-clutch 7-speed automatics. First up are the 0-60 times. The Murcielago was one of the first supercars to have launch control, which was appropriately named “Thrust Mode”.
Fastest Lamborghini From 0-60 MPH: 2018 Lamborghini Huracán Performante at 2.4 Seconds
In an ideal world, every 0-60 test would be at a dragstrip, because they have plenty of rubber already on the ground. The variables include tire pressure, temperature, and even the weather.
2021 Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae: 2.8 Seconds
Automobili Lamborghini has announced the Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae: a celebration of the iconic V12 super sports car and combustion engine in a final production model, concentrating the purest features of all Aventador editions into a perfect finale.
2021 Lamborghini Countach LPi 800-4: 2.8 Seconds
The new Countach most definitely houses a hybrid V12 powertrain as the Aventador Ultimae was the final Lamborghini to be powered solely by a V12 engine. The 6.5-liter V12 engine produces 769 horsepower while the supercapacitor-powered 48-volt emotor provides an additional 34 horsepower for a total of 803 horsepower.
2017 Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4: 2.7 Seconds
To celebrate the 100th birthday of their founder (Ferruccio Lamborghini), the Centenario was blessed with 770 horsepower and 509 lb-ft of torque from a highly revised Aventador V12. The wild bodywork made it slower to 60 mph, but the Centenario really performs well above 200 mph.
2017 Lamborghini Centenario Specs, Price, Photos & Review
2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4: 2.7 Seconds
The first production year of the Aventador was one of many records. While the Murcielago was engineered during the Chrysler era, the Aventador was Lamborghini’s fist Audi-era supercar. It was their model to feature a carbon fiber monocoque chassis. An all-new V12 made 690 hp and 509 lb-ft of torque.
2015 Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4: 2.6 Seconds
Smaller and lighter is the V10-powered Huracan. It shares an aluminum space-frame with the Audi R8, along with some of the drivetrain. It offers 602 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque to all wheels thanks to a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. It is also available in RWD if you want the ultimate drift machine.
2016 Lamborghini Huracan Specs Review and Photos
2016 Lamborghini Aventador SV LP750-4: 2.6 Seconds
Under the rear deck lies the most powerful V10 ever offered in a Lamborghini. After extensive development, launch mode follows a predetermined transfer of torque between front and rear differentials. It allows the Lamborghini Huracan Evo 0-60 to happen in a blistering 2.5 seconds.
2020 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ: 2.5 Seconds
What’s in a name? To break down the Aventador SVJ’s title, SVJ stands for Super Veloce Jota. Super Veloce (Italian: Super Fast) has been reserved for the fastest cars of each generation.
2024 Lamborghini Revuelto: 2.5 Seconds
The Lamborghini Revuelto is the automaker’s latest model and is the much-anticipated successor to the Aventador. Thanks to its hybrid powertrain, it can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in a lightning-quick manner.
2018 Lamborghini Huracán Performante: 2.4 Seconds
You will see the Huracan Performante on any list because it is at the top. Not only is it 88 lbs lighter, but every exterior panel was also revised to offer less drag and more downforce. Lamborghini engineers shocked the world with their patented ALA system. It uses variable geometry inlets up front to keep the nose planted. They work in conjunction with rear inlets that force high-pressure air through the hollow rear spoiler. It is lightyears ahead of the industry, so read all about it in the link below:
Fastest Lamborghini 1/4 Mile Time: 2018 Lamborghini Huracán Performante at 10.2 sec @ 138 mph
There are many variables in drag racing, but AWD solves the traction problem. Heat and elevation are the main ones. Rocky Mountain Race Week challenges every car to make use of the limited air. There is a formula to calculate the density altitude of a track, but if you are worried about that, your car needs more power.
2015 Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4: 10.6 sec @ 131 mph
Running the 1/4 mile at nearly the same max speed as the Aventador was something the Gallardo could never do. Only 2 tenths of a second slower, the Huracan’s smaller size, and lighter weight are coupled to a magnetic active suspension system.
2020 Lamborghini Huracan EVO: 10.4 sec @ 135 mph
Regardless of driver or track conditions, the Aventador series seems to be very consistent. The first generation Aventador wasn’t laden with rear steering or the reinforced cockpit needed by the roadsters, but it also had less power available.
Lamborghini Aventador Specs, Price, & Photos
2016 Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster LP750-4: 10.4 sec @ 136.3 mph
The SuperVeloce had about 50 more horsepower, but like we mentioned above, the additional features and the reinforcements needed to make the top removable almost negated the engine upgrades. When the original molds for the Aventador were used beyond there expected lifespan, the SV started with a clean sheet. This limited model will hold its value far better than any base model.
2016 Lamborghini Aventador SV LP750-4: 10.3 sec @ 134.7 mph
Nothing looks or sounds as mean as the Aventador SVJ. As the flagship for the brand, it makes use of the patented ALA aerodynamic system to keep itself glued to the ground. In the process, it trades acceleration for top speed, and that is ok with us!
2018 Lamborghini Huracán Performante: 10.2 sec @ 138 mph
Until the Aventador SVJ arrives, the fastest Raging Bull in the quarter-mile will actually be the Huracan Performante. It is lighter and it has a dual-clutch gearbox while the Aventador carries on with the 7-speed single-clutch ISR gearbox. The active aerodynamic front and rear can be optimized for low drag, something the Aventador will receive in the future.
2018 Lamborghini Huracan Performante Specs, Price, Photos & Review
Fastest Lamborghini Top Speed: 2021 Lamborghini Countach LPi 800-4 at 221 mph
A gasoline engine runs best in the cool and dry air. Here in Florida, we have high humidity most of the year. But road trips are fun because our engines are not having to deal with all the moisture. Of course, water doesn’t burn in the cylinder, it just takes up space that could be used to make more power. Watch the barometer also, because low atmospheric pressure also cuts a percentage of power. Wind also plays a major role. Top speed tests are usually done on a circular track, and if it is windy it forces the manufacturer to take an average speed with and without the headwind. The final variable is your differential. A car with 2.73 gears has slower acceleration but higher top speed than the same car with a 3.73 ratio.
2016 Lamborghini Aventador S: >217 mph
Horsepower: 729 Torque 507 lb-ft The Aventador S represents a more refined version of the original Aventador. Attention to detail and advanced computer modeling allows it to be a comfortable alternative to the Aventador SV.
2018 Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster Specs, Price, Photos & Review
2017 Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4: >217 mph
Like we mentioned above, the Centenario has more power and wild styling. More power meets more drag to offer the same top speed as the Aventador S. As you probably know, Ferruccio Lamborghini would have been 100 years old in 2017, so they are a fitting tribute to the founder.
2017 Lamborghini Sian FKP 37: >217 mph
Sián translates to ‘Lightning Bolt’ in their Northern Italian dialect. The name is appropriate because it uses their traditional V12 paired with supercapacitors. Smaller and lighter than any battery, capacitors can discharge all their power at an instant, adding 34 metric horsepower when needed.
2016 Lamborghini Aventador SV LP750-4: > 217 mph
To celebrate their 50th Anniversary, designers built 5 examples of the Veneno. Two were kept by the company, and 3 coupes were sold for $4.5 Million each. For that price, you will have 740 horsepower and 509 lb-ft of torque. The slick bodywork allowed it to match the Reventon, and perhaps offer a preview of the Aventador’s successor.
2024 Lamborghini Revuelto: >217 mph
Not only is the Revuelto quick, but it’s also fast as Lamborghini notes that it will be able to hit a top speed of over 217 mph. While we don’t know the exact top speed yet, we will probably get a better figure once these start being delivered.
2021 Lamborghini Countach LPi 800-4: 221 mph
With a monocoque chassis and body panels, all made of carbon fiber, the new Countach’s low dry weight of 3,516 lbs means the power will go quite a ways in terms of performance.
2020 Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae: 221 mph
The Aventador LP 780-4 harnesses the performance of the SVJ and intensifies the sophisticated elegance of the Aventador S, converging design and dynamism into a decisive collector’s piece in both coupé and roadster forms.
So, what is the fastest Lamborghini in the world? It is the one in your driveway. If you don’t have one, our dealers have great incentives waiting for you. Within minutes of compiling this list, Lamborghini broke the record at the Nurburgring. The Aventador SVJ is now the fastest production car in the world. We don’t know all the details, so stay with us for all of your Lamborghini updates.
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