One of the uber luxurious sports car we’ve witnessed during the Geneva Auto Show is the Lamborghini with its newest model, the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4.
This beast is a 2-door 2-seater sports car that replaced the equally powerful Murcielago. It sports a 700hp 6.5 liter V12 engine that can cruise faster than any sports car in its class. Part of that is due to its light weight carbon fiber monocoque exterior which allows the car to accelerate at 0-62mph in 2.9 seconds and achieving a top speed of 217 mph.
But that’s not all folks, take a peek on its interior and you’ll immediately be frothing at the mouth due to its lavishly styled electronic gadgetry. More specifically, the Aventador LP700-4’s MMI infotainment system is the focal point of all this grandeur.
One quick look in the Aventador’s dash will reveal that it has borrowed a few ideas from Audi. However, most of them were customized to fit Lamborghini’s panache. It has an all TFT car dash display that gives information about the car’s speed, light, temperature and alarm.
There’s also the 7-inch display monitor mounted at the center console of the infotainment system. It displays 3D map navigation and a bevy of information about the car including windscreen wipers, parking system, vehicle number and other information. It can be controlled via a jog dial or the stalk at the steering wheel.
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The Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 will be available next year for a whopping price of $379,700.
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