A week ago, exotic supercar maker Lamborghini unveiled its new Aventador S which replaces the current gen model. Now, the company has launched the official online configurator which allows customers to build the Aventador S to their own specs.
By using Lamborghini's dedicated page for the new model, customers can select from a wide colour palette for the car, which includes a number of colours as standard or through the company's Ad Personam program.
The users can also select either the Nero Lucido and Argento 19/20-inch or 20-21-inch rims or the Titanio Opaco 20/21-inch wheel rims. The brake calipers are also offered in a variety of colours including black, yellow, silver, orange, and red.
Three available options for engine cover are standard, transparent, or carbon fibre. And if the customers are ready to spend some more, they can also specify carbon fibre components on the engine bay and on different bits of the exterior.
The Aventador S is powered by an updated 6.5-litre V12 that produces 730bhp of power and 690Nm of torque. The new model is capable of doing a sprint from 0 - 100km/h in just 2.9 seconds and will keep accelerating up to 350 km/h.
Thanks to the additional 39bhp squeezed naturally aspirated V12, the S model now has the power to weight ratio of 463bhp/tonne.
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