One of the most notable differences with the Lamborghini Aventador S is the more aggressive front splitter and nose assembly that have been designed to improve aerodynamics by directing air flow to the front wheels. This more aggressive design improves the overall look of the vehicle while providing additional air flow to the engine and radiators. The rear wing of the Aventador S has three positions that provide a huge improvement in downforce over the standard Aventador that ranges between 50 and 300 percent, depending on the position that has been selected.
Increased horsepower wouldn’t be the same without improved handling, the four-wheel-steering system first seen on the Lamborghini Centenario has been brought in to handle this task. The system works by angling the rear wheels in the opposite direction of the front wheels to tighten the turning radius required for low-speed maneuvers. At higher speeds, the rear wheels turn in the same direction as the front wheels to increase stability. Adding the 4WS to the Aventador S required a remapping of the electronics systems to include the stability control system that allows for a faster and more accurate response.
Those that are looking to place one of these bad boys in their garage will be pleased to know that the Lamborghini Aventador S is slated to go on sale this spring with a price tag starting around $421,350.