2018 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster was spotted during tests earlier this year, and now it has been spotted again as it appeared on the Nurburgring. Only this time, Lamborghini was testing Aventador coupe.
The car made its debut at the 2011 Geneva Auto Show as a 2012MY and the current updates are the part of mid-cycle improvements. The vehicle is equipped with the V12 engine and the upgraded Lamborghini will appear at the Swiss Show next year.
Exhaust tips and the diffuser will host a different design, so will the vents on both ends. We can clearly see that they opted for a more aggressive look overall, although the car was aggressive enough.
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The mechanical updates will remain a mystery, but the speculations are that 6.5-liter V12 unit will deliver more power. This engine is also located in 2013 Aventador LP 720-4 50° Anniversario and it produces 710 hp.
Another expected update has to do with Independent Shifting Rod (IRS) transmission. At lower speeds, the automated manual unit is slightly delicate and sometimes it causes the car to leap forward surprisingly. SV’s adaptive dampers may also be introduced and their purpose is to improve ride and handling.
The cabin won’t be untouched either. The most significant change in the interior will be an addition of the touchscreen-based infotainment system, which Centenario has. The system comes with Internet connectivity and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration.
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