Lamborghini aventador s hits the road with new aerodynamics enhancements, suspension upgrades and more power from the 6.5L V12. All this adds up to greater driving dynamics and feel for Lamborghinis thoroughbred Avantador.
I have a favourite thing I do when I get in a Lamborghini. I put my little finger on top of the steering wheel and span my hand to the ceiling. It’s about 4-5 inches. Yet the windscreen is about 4-5 feet deep. You’re looking out through a slot, basically. That may make it sound as if visibility is woeful, but in actual fact it’s not bad. The scuttle is low, the A-pillars plunge forwards and away, and you see enough earth and sky to get by pretty happily.
But sitting in the Aventador S is an event in itself and, seat aside, the driving position is great. The wheel pulls way out of the dash, you pull the door down to close it, stare out through the slot, flick up the cover on the start button, feel and hear this mighty beast fire up behind and well, life feels pretty good at that moment.