Italian automaker Lamborghini has finally unveiled to the world its latest addition to its Aventador luxury sports car line-up, the Lamborghini Aventador S 2017.
According to TopGear, the new Lamborghini Aventador S has received a major upgrade, which includes a more aggressive nose featuring a pronounced front splitter. It also features a much larger air-intake ducts for improved engine cooling and aerodynamic efficiency. At the rear of the new Lambo is a three-position active rear spoiler along with a large diffuser.
Powering this new Lambo will be a 6.5-liter V12 engine, which is said to be capable of making 730bhp. That enough power to get the new Lambo from 0-60 mph in just 2.9 seconds and a top speed of up to 217 mph. The car’s fully upgraded V12 engine puts its power to the pavement road through a 7-speed gearbox and an innovative Haldex all-wheel drive system.
The car’s redline has also been refreshed and bumped up to 8,500rpm along with the newly installed exhaust, which now 20 percent lighter than before.
In terms of digital technology, the new Aventador feature a digital TFT instrument display along with a telemetry system, drive-mode selector, and an Apple CarPlay system
But the biggest and perhaps the most important changes to the new Lambo is the introduction of a four-wheel steering system. The front axle gets Lambo's dynamic steering setting, but at the rear axle are two separate actuators with five-milliseconds-quick adjustments, which is capable of responding to the driver’s steering input in just five milliseconds.
The new Aventador also gets updated suspension along with a high-tech real-time variable damping system, new geometry, new rear spring and revised kinematics for that four-wheel-steer tech.
In addition to the fully updated suspension system, the ESC has also been recalibrated to get even faster and provide improved adhesion detection.
The new Lamborghini Aventador S 2017, which said to get a price tag of $421, 350, is slated to hit the main road in the spring of 2017.
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