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2017 Lamborghini Aventador S

Lamborghini Aventador S

2017 Lamborghini Aventador S

Lamborghini’s new flagship Aventador S, which will be available for sale in March 2017, has been introduced to the media in the past days. Let’s examine the differences of Lamborghini’s new masterpiece, which has created a “monster” to be talked about with more power and new technical developments in it, that distinguishes it from its predecessor.





Lamborghini Aventador S






Front bumper structure is the first eye-catching detail with the car. Significant changes have been made to the airflow structure and the downforce in the nose area of ​​the vehicle has increased by 130%. In the servo motors that adjust the structure of the rear wing which moves according to the vehicle’s speed, the software change is performed and better results are obtained in the back-to-back ratio.



Engine and Gearbox


The 6.5-liter engine block is the same as the previous model, but when we look at the technical data, 40hp of progress has been made and the vehicle has reached 730hp in total. At the same time, the car’s acceleration time from 0 to 100 km is only 2.9 seconds. In addition, this power is restrained by the Lamborghini’s own 7-speed gearbox.





One of the most important features of the car, which uses carbon fiber monocoque chassis is the newly developed 4-Wheel Steering system. This system allows the rear wheels to be rotated as well, allowing the vehicle to hold better on the roads. At the same time, the engine power distribution ratio can vary from 10% to 90% rear depending on the situation, with 50% on the front and 50% on the rear.





Lamborghini Aventador S




The car has 3 different driving modes under the name of Strada (road), Sport and Corsa (racing) and also has an Apple CarPlay unit with a touchscreen on behalf of the multimedia.

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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