The first 18K gold foil covered Lamborghini Aventador S KmK edition has arrived in Pakistan. The proprietor of this car, Khawan Moeez, belongs to the capital city Islamabad and has imported the vehicle from the UK, as the local media reports.
This Lamborghini Aventador S is worth Rs. 185 million including import customs duties and taxes of over 100 million rupees. This particular Lamborghini has some customized alterations such as KMK’s logo on headrests, and gleaming lights on footrests.
“More than hundred million rupees has been paid to the government as duty/ taxes on this car. It has been imported via the UAE from the UK and reached Pakistan some three days back,” Khawan Moeez said.
According to the media reports, customs officials have also confirmed the payment of taxes. They said 100% customs duty, 60% regulatory duty, and two percent additional tax was charged on shipping a new car.
Obviously, it is a supercar that plays in a top league, with a very special engine, a spectacular design, and other benefits. It is capable of marking a 0 to 100 km / h in only 2.9 seconds, reaching 300 km/h in just over 24 seconds and its top speed is 350 km / h.
More About Lamborghini Aventador S
The Lamborghini Aventador is an Italian supercar commercialized since the end of 2012, presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 2011, belonging to the Volkswagen group.
In the market, its main rival is a Ferrari, the Ferrari 812 Superfast.
As it usually happens with Lamborghini, the name of the Lamborghini Aventador refers to the world of bullfighting, paying homage this time to a fighting bull bullied in the Plaza de Toros de Zaragoza in 1993.
In 2016 Lamborghini introduced a facelift Lamborghini Aventador under the name Lamborghini Aventador S. In this face-lift, the power was increased, the directional rear axle was introduced, its aerodynamics and tuning were improved and the multimedia system was premiered.
The engine of the Lamborghini Aventador is an atmospheric V12 of 6.5 liters of displacement. The Lamborghini Aventador S develops a power of 740 horsepower and 690 Nm of maximum torque, with a speed of rotation at 8,500 rpm. This power is transmitted to all four wheels by using the automatic gearbox (manual robotic) ISR 7-speed.
The price of the standard Lamborghini Aventador is higher than 380,000 euros, about 150,000 euros above what it would cost a Ferrari 488 GTB and about 100,000 euros higher than what a McLaren 720S costs.