2018 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster. The launch of this car marks the first Lamborghini use to guide the four wheels in a series of production vehicles. Previously, it appeared in the likes of the limited edition Sentinario. As if 700 horsepower was not enough, the new Sventura S gets an increase in production.
But since the power is nothing without control, the Italian manufacturer’s flag is super also benefits from the so-called Lamborghini dynamica Vecolo Ativa, or for DAFA, which means Lamborghini dynamic active vehicles. Lamborghini launched the latest Raging Bull, in the form of the new 2018 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster. It is more powerful, taking more advanced on 2018 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster and taking advantage of a range of improvements, including the four-wheel drive.
“This is the next generation Aventador, as well as the expression of technological landmarks and new performance in the development of super sports cars,” said Lamborghini coach Stefano Domenicali, who considered it a heavy restructuring of the Avantador, which was first unveiled in 2011. Major updates include aerodynamics rework, More power, upgraded suspension systems, and most importantly – the adoption of a four-wheel drive.
Basically, it’s a set of active techniques that enhance the characteristics of handling the car, which clearly includes four-wheel drive, but also the Lamborghini dynamic steering (LDS), Lamborghini rear-wheel steering (LRS), Lamborghini magnetic suspension (LMS) and active aerodynamics background. The Avantador S also benefits from specially developed Pirelli BZero tires, which are 255/30ZR20 front and 355 / 25ZR21 at the rear.
Visually, 2018 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster can be identified by the new front bumper, rear fascia, hexagonal tail pumps and re-shaping side air vents, the new TFT digital dashboard and Apple Car Play. The telemetry system is also provided as an option, for those drivers who intend to spend a lot of time on the right track. The manufacturer claims a 130% increase in the lower frontal force as well as improved cooling and efficiency. Inside, there is a new S-trim package, while buyers can choose the carbon skin material and even choose the exposed parts of the carbon body. Led lighting ambiance and instrument panel redesigned round of changes.
You can breathe a sigh of relief, for one thing, as a cylindrical 6.5 liter natural V12 inhaler still stands. It has some 40 bhp up on its predecessor, though, thanks to modifications to Variador variable valve timing and variable intake systems. As before, the V12 features a disabled cylinder – which closes one bank – and a stop-start system.
However, the Lamborghini reinforced the specified limiter for S, but from 8350 rpm to 8,500 rpm – so it made a pipeline for those tunnels. Predictably, Lamborghini is well on the land of declining returns. The new Sventura S, despite more power, matches 2.9sec from 0-62mph time of other 2018 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster. Its top speed is still tied at 217 mph, too – no doubt there is a slightly increased pull of cooling and aerobic changes, and lifting may also be a limiting factor.
The new 2018 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster will cost £225,955, excluding local taxes – meaning that the final UK price must be in the £271,000 area. The deliveries will begin in the spring of 2018.