How do you improve on the most exotic supercar on the road? More power, more aggressive handling, more agile dynamics.
The Aventador S contains all the usual stuff about new four-wheel steering systems, a 130 per cent improvement of front axle downforce and a whole new control unit to marshall inputs from all the active systems.
But, as ever, it’s the way the Aventador looks that sets the tone for the car. Air is also swept down the flanks to the intakes — extra ducts on the roof give the S a more hunkered down stance, and together with the rear arch shape gives something of the flavour of the old Countach — and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that.
The example you have before you is dressed in Nero Pegasso Metallic. This color looks to be a wet black with deep deep red hues. Just enough to make you think it is jet black but with a shimmer of light hitting the right angle you fall into a galaxy of red sparkle. More options are as follows:
- Transparent Engine ($7,550)
- Lamborghini Sound ($4,200)
- Interior Rosso Alala Trim ($4,900)
- Rosso Alala Stitching ($1,800)
- Heated Seats with Pwr ($4,200)
- Sportivo Interior ($2,400)
- Carbon Interior ($7,660)
- Ad Personam Exterior ($14,800)