Lamborghini Aventador To Be AWD-Only For Now – And The Urus SUV

by SpeedLux

Lamborghini admirers wishing the Italian supercar-maker will certainly launch a ‘hairy-chested’ rear-wheel-drive version of its Aventador model could be awaiting a long time.

That’s the word from Europe, with the UK’s Autocar coverage that the Aventador will continue to be an all-wheel-drive-only design for the near future.

With 515kW and 690Nm under an Aventador motorist’s ideal foot from the 6.5 litre naturally-aspirated V12 petroleum engine, rising to 552kW in the SuperVeloce, Lamborghini thinks AWD is really required to make certain the supercar isn’t really excessive of a handful.

Enthusiastic Lamborghini customers will rather have to look in the direction of the brand-new Huracan LP 580-2, which was revealed at the current LA Car Program.

As the name recommends, the Huracan is the new RWD fun-machine from Lamborghini, however purchasers are still restricted to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic in both the Huracan and also the Aventador.

Whereas the Aventador showcases the power results discussed previously, the Huracan offers a much tamer (comparative) 427kW as well as 540Nm from its mid-mounted 5.2 litre naturally-aspirated V10 transported straight to the rear wheels.

Remarkably, this is less power compared to the Huracan’s AWD 610-4 equal, but the RWD Lambo additionally ideas the ranges around 33kg lighter.

Lamborghini admirers searching for a RWD version of the upcoming Urus SUV will likewise run out good luck, as the carmaker supposedly believes such a design would be a “lookalike” SUV with very little off-road capability.

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