Lamborghini Aventador S Launched In India

Last Updated On: March 3, 2017
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To introduce a more potent and agile version of its much-acclaimed sports car, Lamborghini has launched its Aventador S in India. The S version of Aventador made its global entry last year and now finally has been introduced in the Indian market at a price tag of Rs 5.01 crore (ex-showroom).

Lamborghini Aventador S
Lamborghini Aventador S Launch

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The Aventador S, is powered by a 6.5-litre V12 engine which delivers 740 hp maximum power and 690 Nm peak torque. Sprinting from 0-100 kmph mark takes just 2.9 seconds and the two-door can hit a top speed of 349 kmph. The maximum power is 40hp more than the standard version and the engine is coupled to a seven-speed gearbox. Even the power to weight ratio of Aventador S is better than the standard version, which is 469 hp/ton.

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Lamborghini Aventador S
Aventador S Side

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The Aventador S has also received a more aggressive front bumper that helps in attaining 130 percent more downforce up front. The rear wing has been smartly designed which can be positioned in three different ways which improve the downforce by up to 50 percent. The agility and high-speed stability of the car is now ensured with a four-wheel steering wheel that also helps in gaining better maneuverability. For improving the torque delivery to the rear wheels, an updated ESC is incorporated. With new ESC torque delivery is improved by up to 90 percent.

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A new driving mode ‘Ego’ is also added to the already existing three modes which include Street (Strada), Sport and Cross. With new customisable mode, the driver can adjust the suspension settings along with personalizing other details of the car as per the requirement. In the cabin, a new TFT touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is included as standard. Let’s see how the new addition in the lineup will gain attention from the petrol heads of India.

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