Lamborghini has revealed that the newest Aventador edition will be the most efficient one so far. The car is getting new technology. First of all, the LP 700-4 utilizes a start-stop system that could restart the engine in 180 milliseconds. The V12’s full power output upon restart is attributed to the system’s high-performance capacitors. The efficiency is improved further with a new cylinder deactivation system. Six of the cylinders turn off when driving slower than 84mph (135 km/h), with a low load on the engine. This indicates that the engine operates as a straight-six. Lamborghini said that only the “slightest movement” of the accelerator pedal fully activates the 700bhp V12. Due to these improvements, the CO2 emissions fall from 398g/km to 370g/km, while the average fuel consumption increases to 18mpg. The latest Aventador also has the following improvements: stiffer springs and optimized dampers for improved handling, new optional alloy wheels, and an optional CFRP pack, which lends carbonfibre effects on the front spoiler, air intakes, and engine cover panel as well as interior trim.
Gallery: 2013 Lamborghini Avendator