2013 Lamborghini Aventador Comes with Multi-Cylinder Deactivation
New reports suggest that the all new 2013 Lamborghini Aventador will feature new styling tweaks when the model hits the dealerships. The revealed documents claim that the new model is equipped with a multi-cylinder displacement system that deactivates six-cylinders when they aren’t needed. The new system is allegedly a standard one that is mated to the engine with start/stop technology. At the time when the driver raises the accelerator, the engine reacts in just 180 milliseconds and the most important part to be noted is that power to the engine comes from a capacitor instead of a battery which saves approximately 3 kg (7 lbs). The new changes implemented to the new Aventador have helped the vehicle achieve average 16.0 L/100km (14.7 mpg US / 17.6 mpg UK) with CO2 emissions of 370 g/km while the outgoing model averages 17.2 L/100km (13.7 mpg US / 16.4 mpg UK) with CO2 emissions of 398 g/km.
Apart from all these fuel-saving technologies, the 2013 Lamborghini Aventador will also feature firm springs and reorganized dampers that have been set to bring a more relaxed driving experience. The tweaks help drivers to handle the vehicle easily. Other features for the new model include superior quality switchgear, a modified instrument cluster that expands the numbers on the speedometer and a wide range of carbon fiber accessories.
The 2013 Lamborghini Aventador is expected to be unveiled at the upcoming Paris Motor Show. Stay tuned. We will get you more details.