Italian super-car manufacturer Lamborghini incorporated some important technological developments to its Aventador LP700-4 model, which made its debut at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. The Aventador which was launched last year, will now come with start-stop and cylinder deactivation system for its powerful V12 engine. The start-stop system adopted on the Aventador will be fitted with high performance capacitors which will re-start the engine in just 0.18 seconds, whereas the average engine takes around 0.25 seconds for a start. Not only this, the new start stop system has also helped in lowering overall weight as the capacitors used in the system are much lighter in weight compared to the conventional battery.
The other important technological development in the 2013 Lamborghini Aventador is Cylinder Deactivation System (CDS), which shuts off half of the cylinders of the engine when commuting at a speed lower than 135 km/h with low engine load. As soon as the driver does slight moment over the accelerator pedal, the engine is back to its 12-cylinder mode producing a power of 700 BHP. These technological improvements helps in achieving a mileage of 6.25 km/l which is improved by seven percent than the previous model, also it helps in lowering the CO2 emissions from 398 g/km to 370 g/km.
Apart from these the Lamborghini Aventador will now have improved handling and comfortable ride with its refined suspension that consists of stiffer springs and optimized dampers. Apart from the mechanical upgrades, the new Avenatdor has also got cosmetic changes in the form of new alloy wheels and optional carbon fiber package. The optional carbon fibre package will cover the front spoilers, engine cover panel, air intakes, power cladding and interiors. The new Aventador is a much better supercar even though the changes to the 2013-model are just minor.