Drive a Lamborghini Aventador S On a Racetrack!
If there’s a limit to how far a supercar can go, no one has ever told Lamborghini. The Aventador S proves it. With the Aventador LP700, Lamborghini made a car of extremes in every sense. From aesthetics to power to price, the first Aventador demanded that some superlative be a part of its description. Accordingly, Lamborghini states that, “an icon cannot be reinvented, it can only be challenged.” So, they took the already outrageous Aventador, and evolved it further still in to the Aventador S. read more >
Now, the Aventador S produces 740 horsepower from its redesigned 6.5-liter V12, a gain of 40 horsepower from its predecessor. Top speed for the Aventador S stretches to 217 MPH and 62 MPH from a standing start takes only 2.9 seconds. Some five seconds later, the speedometer will tickle 125 MPH when the average passenger car is getting to 60 MPH. Reinventing an icon, isn’t solely about gob-smacking numbers. The engineers and designers in Sant’Agata Bolognese improved their mighty flagship by considering every aspect of its performance, design and construction in order to truly elevate the Aventador S.
For all that power, Lamborghini employed its latest version of LDVA, which stands for Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Attiva in Italian. To us, it’s Lamborghini most advanced active vehicle dynamics technology. Made up of a combination of systems, LDVA is responsible for lateral vehicle dynamics through four-wheel steering, vertical vehicle dynamics through its Magneto-rheological suspension and active rear aerodynamics, plus longitudinal dynamics via its four-wheel drive. In case you lost count, the LDVA is constantly analyzing and adjusting performance for forces that come from the sides, top, front and back of the car to optimize all 740 horsepower as needed for a truly superior driving experience that lets you be the best driver you can be.
Stunning looks go without saying, but eye-catching design is as much to elevate the driving experience as it is to incite desire. Front downforce has increased 130% while cooling efficiency has been improved so that whether on track or on the road, there’s never a need to hold back.less >
Lamborghini Aventador S
- 217 MPH
- 729 HP
- 2.6 S
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