Is The Aventador’s V12 The Best Naturally-Aspirated Engine Ever Made?

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It makes other supercars sound whimpy.

The Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 is one of the most powerful supercars on the road today. Its 6.5-liter V12 produces a whopping 691 hp and a sound that’s utterly brutal. It may be one of the best supercars ever made and the last of a dying breed, which makes it a complete monster. To celebrate the Aventador’s incredible naturally-aspirated V12, the video below is nothing but pure exhaust sounds. Trust us, this is something you have to hear and you'll enjoy every single minute of it.

Turn the volume up and make some time to enjoy one of the greatest supercars ever made.

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