NOISY Lamborghini Aventador LP700 on the road in London
I have filmed an Yellow Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 on Sloane Street, London.
ARAB Yellow Lamborghini Aventador LOUD Revving + Acceleration!
Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Acceleration Revs Loud Sounds at Lamborghini Miami
Awesome looking very LOUD Yellow Lamborghini Aventador at Lamborghini Miami Prestige Imports.
SPECIAL YELLOW Lamborghini Aventador LP700 !
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YELLOW LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR SV - REVS, ACCELRATIONS & SOUNDS!
While I was in London I filmed this beautiful Yellow Lamborghini Aventador SV driving around Knightsbridge.
2016 Lamborghini Aventador SV LP750-4 in Yellow & Engine Sound on My Car Story with Lou Costabile
On "My Car Story" we're in Scottsdale AZ at Cars & Coffee at The “101 & Scottsdale” on Mayo Blvd.
Yellow Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Revs & Acceleration
Crazy Yellow Lamborghini Aventador LP 720-4 & $1.3 Million Lambo Speedboat Festival of Speed 2015
It's a second time i filmed this amazing twin couple at the Festival of Speed.
Yellow Lamborghini Aventador Sound
Maxson Goh Films a Yellow Lamborghini Aventador arrive and depart Alkaff Mansion.
Yellow Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 - Startup & Sounds in Vancouver!
A yellow Lamborghini Aventador in Vancouver BC. We missed a loud downshift from it on the road, earlier that day, but were fortunate to have it stop by the.
Yellow Lamborghini Centenario marks the 3rd of 4 cars for US market - Motor Authority
The price for this special Lamborghini hovers around $2 million, but talk about quite an unboxing experience. The third Centenario for the U. S. is completely finished in yellow, unlike the two counterparts we've seen thus far. Car number one wears its exposed carbon-fiber exposed with blue accents. This yellow Centenario reportedly arrived in (surprise. Each of the 40 total Lamborghini Centenarios—20 coupes and 20 roadsters—arrives with a 6. 5-liter V-12 engine producing 759 horsepower and 508 pound-feet of torque. The second car made its way to New Jersey, while the first car also arrived in California. A vessel somewhere in the United States must have arrived carrying some very precious cargo because, within a week, three of the four Lamborghini Centenarios destined for the U. S. have arrived stateside. The engine is nearly identical to the one found in the Lamborghini Aventador SV. However, the power figures are uprated for performance and exclusivity purposes, thanks to a few slight modifications and a new engine limiter. Source: www.motorauthority.com
The Lamborghini Aventador S Shows Its Speed and Agility on a Racetrack in Spain - Robb Report
The rear diffuser’s prominent fins—the most obvious change to the exterior—look like bristles and combine with the three exhaust pipes to make a final, malevolent assertion to onlookers. After a few laps, we pulled the cars into the pits. As I experienced when exiting the racetrack’s corners, the engine delivers abundant torque from the moment you press the accelerator until the peak of 508 ft lbs arrives at 5,500 rpm—which is midrange in a rev band that reaches 8,500 rpm. Departing the track, we wended through limestone mountains in the Hoya de Buñol district of Valencia province, through vineyards and olive groves, before reaching Dos Aguas, a pretty village situated about 1,300 feet above sea level. “In every drawing and every car, he is in our soul,” says Mitja Borkert, the brand’s head of design. The brakes, which have monstrous carbon-ceramic rotors, will bring the car to a stop from 62 mph in just 101. 7 feet. If you drive this car hard, expect to go through tires fast. The V-12’s stop-start system was unobtrusive at intersections, and when the car rejoined the autopista for the return trip to Valencia, one cylinder bank shut down for efficient cruising. It lets drivers individualize each of the three modes within parameters for traction, steering, suspension, and torque allocation from the all-wheel-drive system. ( lamborghini. At 75 to 80 mph, depending on cornering forces, the actuators pull the rear wheels into phase with the front ones, in effect stretching the wheelbase and adding stability through the bend. As always, the precepts of Marcello Gandini, the originator of Lamborghini’s design heritage, inspired the staff in Centro Stile. The snake appears in the visage of the Aventador S, with slit-eye headlamps and fanglike elements in the bumper. Despite a dated layout—the Aventador S is not in the game with the Ferraris that have dual-cockpit displays—the interior is comfortable and luxurious. Lamborghini also added Apple CarPlay and a telemetry system that communicates track-performance information and trip data. “In 23 years with Lamborghini, I never made a face-lifting that was so full of new content,” he says. Introduced in 2011, the Aventador was never just another car: It was a daring advance. Lamborghini had the audacity to plant a 6. 5-liter V-12 in the middle, using all-wheel drive to allocate the torque. The car proved a success for Lamborghini, with production reaching about 6,000 units in the first 6 years. Actuators push the rear wheels—which are close to 14 inches wide—up to 3 degrees in counter phase to the front wheels, helping the chassis to rotate. During the drive, the Aventador S assumed the role of what once was called a pleasure car: a civil and supple vehicle that is up for a bit of touring. As the rear tire transformed the yellow and black paint on the track into powder, the driver accelerated too hard, sending the vehicle sideways and creating a test of my reflexes and my car’s agility. Of all the upgrades to the Aventador S, the most significant may be the four-wheel steering—the feature that helped me avoid a collision on the racetrack. With four-wheel steering, it seems as though the Aventador S has gained a set of hips that shift judiciously one way or the other, enabling it to throw down some truly impressive moves. Despite the car’s 20-inch front wheels and 21-inch rear wheels, the ride was comfortable, even over indifferently maintained roads. The more aggressive-looking nose and longer front splitter of the Aventador S help to generate 130 percent more downforce and 50 percent better aero efficiency—the ratio between drag and downforce—when the three-stage rear wing takes its optimum... The engine tweaks enable the Aventador S to accelerate from zero to 62 mph in 2. 9 seconds and from zero to 186 mph in 24. 2 seconds. A host of upgrades make the Lamborghini Aventador S nimbler and even more thrilling than its predecessor. The Aventador S’s new four-wheel steering system reacted instantly when I flicked the wheel, enabling me to avoid contact and possible disaster. Walking around the car on pit lane, I could easily see changes Lamborghini made to the Aventador’s bodywork. This is the first Lamborghini production car to include Lamborghini Dynamic Steering, as it’s called. Lamborghini also wanted the Aventador S to produce a better sound than the Aventador, so the exhaust system, now made of titanium, integrates a new muffler and resonator, and it culminates in three outlets in the center of the rear bumper. Now the Aventador is being replaced by the Aventador S, which is available now for just over $421,000. Compared with its predecessor, the Aventador S incorporates an unprecedented number of updates and refinements, according to Lamborghini R&D... It didn’t take long to experience some of what’s special about the new Lamborghini Aventador S. Mario Fasanetto, Automobili Lamborghini’s senior development driver, was leading two other drivers and me on our first lap around Spain’s Circuit... Source: robbreport.com
Fire Spitting Raging Bull From Bangalore Has Anger Issues - DriveSpark.com
A Lamborghini Aventador roaming the streets of India's IT capital may just be one of the craziest raging bulls in the world. The Aventador started life as a white Lamborghini, but the owner flew in the guys from Wrap Style Dubai down to Bangalore to wrap up the car in a yellow wrap. Source: www.drivespark.com