It only takes a glance at Lamborghini’s Aventador to know it’s a Lambo. In fact, it inherits from the long-toothed Murcielago the mantle of top-bull in Italian marque’s lineup. And with it, beneath the latest interpretation of Lambo’s hallmark body origami – yes, the scissor doors remain – comes the technical shiz it needs to fill such a spot. Engine, transmission, suspension, bodywork – it’s completely clean-sheet new. All up, they conspire to put the Aventador at the pointy end of the performance spectrum – the first anything-like-mainstream car to kiss 100 km/h in less than three seconds (we’re not counting its step-sibling, the Bugatti Veyron, in its class).