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$600K Boeing Lamborghini inspired by Dreamliner

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SEATTLE – Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner is the inspiration behind the newest Lamborghini. The Boeing Edition Aventador is on display at the Aerospace and Defense Supplier Summit at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle. The car is made with the same carbon-fiber materials used in the Dreamliner. The price tag: $600,000 (www.kgw.com) More...

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RobSJC
Would like to see the Lamborghini and B787 on parallel runways.. With an NHRA “Christmas Tree” .. Give the ’87 a head start … lol
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 2
I could be snide and say thats about how far a lambo can go before it needs a tune up. But I won't. lol
vfrflypacer
Tyler Johnson 5
I wonder if the windows tint with the press of a button? :D
ad8916
I would drive it!
sfjasper
Steve Jasper 1
Put wings on it to fly and I'll buy two!
thenamesIAN
Ian Smith 1
that paint job is terrible. cannot unsee.
Kawaiipoint2
Kawaiipoint2 1
I want it
pilot0987
pilot0987 1
Thats a good looking car.
lboyette
Lloyd Boyette 0
What a waste of a perfectly good Lambo.
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 -1
Lambo is way behind the curve. Carbon fiber is old news to automotive industry.
yock
And old news to Lambo. They've been making carbon fiber cars for years. The statement about the body material is a publicity grab on behalf of Boeing, nothing more.

The Aventador is not behind the curve.
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 3
yes, publicity grab all around. No revolution for either company though. Nice plane, nice car. That's about it.
Fonzie1956
Shaun Irvine -3
If it's inspired by Dreamliner, Delayliner or De-laminateliner, that means order one now for a delivery slot next year, and you might get it about 2016.

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