Jonny Lieberman takes the supercar on a 165-mile journey
The Aventador has remodeled from a strictly straight-line performer to a extra livable supercar that gladly tackles corners and winding mountain roads. Sadly, its newly acquired expertise received’t show too useful after we drive it over the flat terrain of Florida, however the Aventador S shines in different methods. On the newest episode of Ignition, host Jonny Lieberman exhibits us why the Aventador S is nice for locations like Miami.
First, Lieberman hits South Seaside in an Aventador S with an entourage of different high-profile Lambos, together with an especially uncommon Veneno coupe. An Aventador SV additionally exhibits up, boasting simply 10 extra hp than the Aventador S. Packing a 6.5-liter V-12, the Aventador S delivers 730 hp and 509 lb-ft of torque.
All that energy made itself identified on a stretch of highway 165 miles south of Miami in Key West. Right here, Lieberman traveled to check the Aventador’s long-held strengths as a straight-line king, and it didn’t disappoint. “I’ve been behind the wheel of some vehicles which can be faster—not by a lot however they’re faster—however by no means something as violent,” Lieberman concluded. “The Aventador S is a bomb with 4 wheels, an explosion you may level down the highway.”
Discover out the ultimate verdict on the Aventador S, and what Lieberman’s favourite supercar is, within the video beneath.