Aventador mark 10th anniversary this year, still the best supercar in the market.


The Lamborghini Aventador was first present at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show. This Italian-made sports car is so phenomenal that it is even ten years old. Coming with the code LP700-4, the Aventador is a sports car that became the forerunner of modern Lamborghini products and is the dream of many exotic car enthusiasts with a V12 engine.

Talking about the Lamborghini Aventador is not only about the power of the V12 engine or its performance. Many technical and innovative sides, even in the automotive world, are attached to the car. For ten years, Aventador has presented various variants with various advantages such as Superveloce, S, and SVJ.

We will reveal four reasons why the Aventador still deserves to be the car of your dreams to this day.

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First, the Aventador is a sports car that uses a carbon fiber monocoque even for the standard variant. When it first appeared, the Aventador became the first Lamborghini model to use this premium material and made the Italian manufacturer a pioneer in its class.

The Aventador frame technology is unique because it uses a single monocoque shell that combines the cabin, floor, and roof of the car in one structure, which will make the car have high rigidity. This carbon fiber frame is then combined with two aluminium front and rear parts, where this clever solution makes the overall weight of the structure only 229.5 kilograms.

The use of carbon fiber is further enhanced in the above variants, such as the Superveloce, used on the doors and interior.

The second reason is the stability of the four-wheel drive and the advanced suspension of the Aventador. Lamborghini puts four-wheel drive with electronic control features to balance the rotation of the front and rear tires. There are three components for this perfect stability: a Haldex torque distributor, a rear self-locking differential, and a front differential that operates with the ESP (Electronic Stability Program). This makes the driver still able to tame the Aventador engine ferocity without losing the sporty driving sensation.

Regarding the suspension, Lamborghini developed a Push Rod suspension system. The system, inspired by Formula 1, features rods attached to the lower part of the hub housing of each wheel, which "transmit (push) the force" to the shock absorber-spring assemblies fitted horizontally in the upper part of the frame, at both the front and rear. This "adaptive" suspension feature also reduces front-end diving under braking.


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The third reason is the presence of a driving mode feature that the Aventador driver can choose from. Five driving modes change the transmission's driving style, three manual (Strada, Sport, and Corsa) and two automatics (Strada-auto and Sport-auto). This driving mode will adjust the engine’s character, transmission, differential, suspension, and steering. In the Superveloce variant, the EGO mode allows the driver to choose several additional criteria from the Strada, Sport, and Corsa modes as desired.

Finally, for the fourth reason, there is a Cylinder Deactivation System (CDS) feature for the engine's efficiency. This feature may sound strange for a class of sports cars known for remarkable power and driving pleasure, but Lamborghini understands the demands to create a more fuel-efficient vehicle. These feature works are to disable half of the 12 valves that work to become only six cylinders. This feature works when the car is moving less than 135 km per hour. Lamborghini claims the presence of this feature can reduce fuel consumption by up to 20 percent.

The CDS feature is then combined with the Start-Stop System feature to increase efficiency. Lamborghini reveals their start-stop system is different from other manufacturers. The electrical power to restart the engine after stopping (e.g., at traffic lights) is provided by the supercap, resulting in an extremely fast restart—the V12 restarts within 180 milliseconds, much faster than a conventional stop-start system. In line with Lamborghini's philosophy of lightweight construction, the new technology results in a weight reduction of 3 kg. A traditional vehicle battery powers only the electronic systems, is smaller in size and lasts for almost the vehicle's whole life.

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