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Lamborghini Aventador J – Motor Show of Geneva 2012

Lamborghini presented in the Motor Show of Geneva the new Aventador J and the world premiere of Gallardo LP 550-2 and Spider in the European premiere. The Lamborghini Aventador J is a one-off that will allow one lucky buyer to feel sensations that he never felt before on a Lamborghini road. The two open seats are 4890 mm long, 2030 mm wide, 1110mm high and is only driven by the same V12 6,498 cc of Aventador 700-4: there are 700 horses and the peak torque is 690 Nm at 5,500 rpm.

Lamborghini Aventador J

Lamborghini Aventador J

The permanent four wheel drive and the suspension push rod allow the power to tame the car and make the most of every situation. The aluminum alloy wheels 20 and 21-inch integrated with some carbon inserts designed to direct air to cool the powerful brakes and ensuring immediate braking even when using the most extreme situations. The aerodynamics have been elegantly designed, integrated bumpers fact carbon fins that increase the down force and surpasses the resistance of maximizing the effect of self extractors.

Lamborghini Aventador J Dashboard

Lamborghini Aventador J Dashboard

The doors of the car open up as usually did with the Toro system, and everything inside is speeding functional. The seats are from carbon skin, a new material consisting of carbon fibers interwoven soaked in a special resin, thus creating a soft but stable and enduring touch, minimizing the weight. No infotainment system or audio systems have been inserted in the car, as well as the air conditioner has not been mounted in order to save weight. Two programmable displays behind the steering wheel are attached in order to control the main functions of the minimalist, striking and sporty car.

Lamborghini Aventador J Side

Lamborghini Aventador J Side

One Comment

  1. Wonderful ! I really like it oavlerl. The only thing im not to sure about is the LCD gauge cluster it looks a bit blurry. Maybe the cameras don’t quite capture the look the LCD puts out in real life?

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