The Lamborghini Aventador S has been revealed by the Italian supercar maker. The update to the flagship Lamborghini brings with it a more potent design and more power on tap.
The new Lamborghini Aventador S will replace the current car in all markets and deliveries will start in the first half of 2017.
Lamborghini Aventador S Specifications Performance Upgrades
The new Aventador S is powered by an updated version of Lamborghini's potent 6.5-litre V12 that produces 730bhp (up by 40bhp) and 690Nm of torque.
The engine which now revs up to 8,500rpm (up from 8,350rpm) is mated to a 7-speed automatic gearbox which sends the power to all four wheels.
Thanks to the extra power available, the Aventador now has a better power to weight ratio of 463bhp/ton.
The Lamborghini Aventador S will sprint from 0-100km/h in just 2.9 seconds and will keep on accelerating till it tops out at 349km/h.
Design Elements Of The Lamborghini Aventador S Coupe
The new Aventador S features a more aggressive design compared to the car it replaces.
The front end of the Aventador S supercar has been redesigned so that the new car now produces around 130 percent more downforce up front.
This is mostly down to the redesigned front end which features larger air intakes and redesigned aero elements.
At the rear end of the new Lambo, the rear wing can be moved into three different settings which can increase the downforce by around 50 percent while reducing drag exponentially.
2017 Lamborghini Aventador S Technological Advancements
Lamborghini has added a whole boatload of new technology to the Aventador S including a new driving mode and new steering system.
The new Aventador now features a new individual driving mode setting alongside the regular Strada, Sport and Corsa which in typical Lamborghini fashion is called Ego.
Also new is the four wheel steering system from the bonkers limited edition Centenario.
The system uses Lambo's dynamic steering setup at the front and two separate actuators at the rear that improve agility and high-speed stability, while also improving the new car's low-speed manoeuvrability.