2018 Lamborghini Aventador. Along with the refurbished exterior, the big news is the upgrade to the new Lamborghini four-wheel steering system, installed for the first time on the Sentinario Special Edition, and more power to scream the V-12 engine. Lamborghini Aventador was unveiled in early 2011 and replaced by “Murcielago” as the company’s top-rated supercar.
Its design is inspired by the Reventon Limited Edition and the Astec Concept car, while the motif is provided by the Lamborghini II V-12 engine design in 50 years. Like its predecessor, 2018 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster and Highest SuperVillus produced high performance versions, with the latter earning the highest variable of their own.
The super was also used as a base for the concept of Aventador J and Veneno, a limited edition model that stands out for its exotic design and exotic price. In late 2017, Lambo launched an update in the middle of the cycle for Aventador, also adding an “S” badge to its name. Tested on public roads since early 2017, and the Aventador S model about the changes Lambo had in store, the update was thought to be around NEPPS Small screws.
However, the Italian brand had completely different plans for the coupe, giving it a complete shift in aerodynamics and structure section. It is also much more powerful, moving very close to superephalous supported by a 30 horsepower bump. “This is the next generation of 2018 Lamborghini Aventador, as well as the expression of new technological and technological landmarks in the development of super sports cars,” said Stefano Domenicali, Chairman and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini. “The Avantador S is a visual design, advanced technology and driving dynamics in perfect harmony, The concept of super sports cars to a new level. “Lambo Aventador S will reach its first customer in the spring of 2018 as a 2018 vehicle.
The car suspension is retoned, and the Aventador S also benefits from revised programming to control the stability of drive modes. Strada, Sport, and Corsa carry more modes, but the ego drive mode (yes, really) is new and allows the driver to further customize the stability, control, and suspension settings differently.
The Pirelli P Zero standard tires are also new to S and are designed around a four-wheel steering system. Also included on all 2018 Lamborghini Aventador S models are carbon and ceramic brake rotors. We did not think it would have been possible for Aventador to look any more threat than it already did, but the S model updates into the design that achieves this feat.
The front end features two new air ducts and a larger front cabinet, while the rear features a new black diffuser and revised rear lights. Lamborghini says that these changes lead to a better aerodynamic personality with improved lower power in speed when the rear wing is moved in. A little less difficult are updates to the interior of 2018 Lamborghini Aventador, which now includes Apple Carplay central touch screen (hey, super drivers have smartphones, Also) The optional telemetry system records lap times and performance tracking.
Luckily, Lamborghini did not spend all of 2018 Lamborghini Aventador‘s embellishments budget on the outside and inside the cabin. Some of the gold went under very shell, where the super upgraded system received additional payment. As you have already guessed the name of the 740-4 pulp, the Avantador S 6. 5-liter V-12 crank of 740 ps, which converts to 730 horsepower.
This is exactly 40 horses more than the outgoing model with only nine horsepower compared to the wild 2018 Lamborghini Aventador Sf. The torque remains unchanged at 690 nm or 509 lb. ft. The additional 40 horsepower of the addition of optimum femt (variable valve timing) and VES systems (variable input system). In addition, Lambo has increased the engine’s maximum rotation from 8,350 to 8,500 rpm.
The OMF travels to the wheels through the familiar seven-speed gearbox, which is lifted in less than 50 milliseconds. Despite the added strength and new aerobic properties, the race from 0 to 60 mph is achieved in the same 2.9 seconds. The maximum speed remains unchanged at 217 mph.
The price of this 217 miles per hour, the high round Italian beast? Cool $424,845, or about $18,000 more than last year’s Avantador LP700-4 coupe. The equivalent of a compact hatchback may be a drop in pool for those who can afford the extra strength and agility of the S model, along with the knowledge that possesses the latest and greatest version of Lamborghini’s flagship car. A few lucky ways can hand over the delivery of the new 2018 Lamborghini Aventador S starting next spring.