The final unelectrified, V12-powered Lamborghini has been delivered to its new owner. The car, the very last Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae Coupe, also came with a 1:1 NFT that was created by Krista Kim and Steve Aoki.
The final hardtop version of the Aventador, it was laser-focused on the present moment. Sold with an NFT, the car was supposed to bridge the gap between the physical and virtual worlds.
The NFT features Kim’s signature gradient work and her infamous Mars House, while her gradients also appear on the real car. Completely bespoke, the car was produced through Lamborghini’s Ad Personam program.
“This Aventador is a legend, it is the first physical-digital supercar!” said Kim. “In my Lamborghini NFT dream, I envision meditating in front of a sublime Mars sunset with Steve [Aoki], as he transforms the engine sound into a meditative vibe. I couldn’t be more excited to bring this vision to life in the physical car & NFT.”
In addition, Aoki created a special track to complement the NFT and the physical car.
“The drop signifies the ultimate intersection — where the physical world, digital art, and music come together as one,” said Aoki. “Every design element of this car is purposeful. It truly has its own story, and therefore I wanted my music track to reflect its soulful energy — the vibe, the spirit, and the power.”
Sold at auction in April, Lamborghini calls it the last Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae Coupe, although production of the car restarted following the sinking of the Felicity Ace car carrier and the loss of 15 of the cars.
The final Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae Roadster was delivered in October. It was painted Azzuro Flake with Grigio Liqueo lower body work, to match the one-off Miura that was made in 1968.
The Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae is powered by a 6.5-liter V12 that revs up to 8,700 rpm and produces 770 hp (574 kW/780 PS) and 531 lb-ft (720 Nm) of torque. Power is sent to all four wheels, and it has a top speed of 221 mph (355 km/h).