A little over two years on from its Geneva Motor Show unveiling, the 2000th Lamborghini Aventador has rolled off the line at Sant'Agata Bolognese.
Built for Thaddeus Arroyo, an executive with US telecom AT&T, this 'Nero Nemesis' black Aventador marks the halfway point of the big supercoupe's scheduled production run.
Arriving at the '2K' milestone has come much faster for the Aventador than for its predecessor the Murcielago, which took more than four years to reach 2000 units.
Lamborghini has been pumping out nearly five Aventador cars each day, meeting a new level of demand from a broader market than ever before, including a growing customer base in China.
Arroyo says he already owns a Gallardo LP 550-2 Spyder, but decided to snap up the carmaker's big hero car after a test drive in Florida.
The Aventador is powered by a V12 engine producing 515kW and 690Nm, with a 0-100km/h time listed at just 2.9 seconds. Top speed is 350km/h.
A new SV version has been spied testing in recent weeks, and reports suggest a power increase to around 585kW could be on the cards.
Lamborghini also introduced the Roadster version of the Aventador in 2012, and the carmaker says the order books for this one stretch out to more than a year's wait.