Tuesday, December 20, 2016

2017 Lamborghini Aventador S for sale | speed and features

2017 Lamborghini Aventador S for sale | speed and features
2017 Lamborghini Aventador S for sale | speed and features

Four-wheel steering, a new look, and a 740 -hp V12. All yours for $421 K.

When most automakers introduce a new generation of vehicle, it represents a spectacular change in recital or intend. Don't tell Lamborghini that- while the company calls its brand-new Aventador S a new generation, current realities is that this is Sant'Agata's facelifted flagship, terminated with some meagre visual tweaks and a couple of brand-new articles to new technologies. In fact, it's closer to Apple's product cadence of introducing an S prototype of the iPhone before an all-new model.


Those aesthetic changes include a brand-new fascia that Lamborghini claims is more aerodynamic, while the vertical pipes on the outside of the lower intake optimize airflow around the front tires and those massive front pedals, while channeling more breeze toward the rear radiators. In back, there's a restyled diffuser, and a neat hexagonal spend outlet. Above that, there's a three-position active rear wing. All told, Lamborghini claims front downforce is up 130 percent while" overall efficiency" in high-downforce mode increases 50 percent and low-downforce mode improves 400 percent.


New for the Aventador is a trick four-wheel steering system, a first for a series creation Lamborghini. The mind with the organizations of the system is like other four-wheel-steering. At low-grade accelerates it returns the back pedals in the opposite direction of the figureheads, tightening the Lambo's giant passing radius. At high speeds, the organizations of the system works in reverse by passing the back pedals in the same direction as the figureheads and _empty_ improved stability.

But none of these form and tech changes are worth a damn without that large-scale oaf of ferocity in the Aventador S' middle-of-the-road. Like previous forms, there's a 6.5 -liter V12, but its yield is up to an SV-matching 740 ponies- torque is unchanged from the LP7 00-4 we tested in 2015, at 509 pound-feet. Max engine speed is up from 8,350 rpm to a wild 8,500 rpm. The decision? Zero to 62 km / hour in 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 217. 

Prices for the 2017 Aventador S start at an eye-watering $421,350 and- we're predicting- can creep up near $500,000 with a few carefully selected carbon-fiber accents and Ad Personam options. Lamborghini is planning to start deliveries in outpouring 2017.

Source      : Autoblog.com

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