The Lamborghini Aventador is the CSR2 Prestige Cup Car of Season 17. The Aventador is one of the slowest cars in Tier 5.
Real life Lambo
The Aventador is only 44.7 centimeters high; it feels like you’re sitting barely an inch above the asphalt. The pedals and steering wheel are perfectly positioned without the Murciélago’s awkward offset, which leans to the right to make room for the monstrous left front tire. The rest of the interior is a radical break from Lamborghini tradition, a mix of fighter jet cockpit and video game fantasy.The instrument panel is a thin-film transistor display packed with information, with a choice of speedometer or tachometer as the main dial.
The 6.5-liter V12 erupts with a satanic rumble, seemingly with the first crank of the starter. Even though the displacement is the same, this is not the Murciélago engine. In fact, Lamborghini has increased the bore by seven millimeters and shortened the stroke by 12.6 millimeters, which could allow this engine to rev even higher than the Murci engine’s 8500-rpm redline. Peak power is 691 hp at 8250 rpm and 509 lb-ft of torque at 5500 rpm, an increase of 59 hp and 22 lb-ft over the Murciélago’s V-12. The engine is lighter and mounted lower in an aluminum frame connected to the carbon-fiber monocoque, and has more smoothness but still plenty of power.
Surprisingly, Lambo’s engine does not have direct injection. The Italian excuse was that it’s already 20 percent more efficient than its predecessor.
The driver barely has time to gasp before the Aventador hits 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds. The 100-mph mark should be reached in about 6.5 seconds, and the quarter-mile is completed in less than 11 seconds. Acceleration barely seems to slow below 200 mph, and thanks to the hyper-quick gear changes, there’s no noticeable lull when upshifting. The V-12 produces a powerful, low-frequency roar at low revs that becomes a thunderstorm above 3500 rpm. Stay on the throttle and beyond 5000 rpm the Lambo V-12 sounds like the apocalypse.
It’s a razor-sharp jet fighter on wheels, but more importantly, the Lamborghini Aventador is one of the few truly badass cars.
The CSR2 Aventador
The 3 yellow star Lamborghini can fit 110 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Lamborghini should run 9.462s. To sum up, the Aventador is one of the slowest cars in Tier 5.
|Prestige Cup||Season 17|
Lamborghini Aventador tune and shift pattern
|NOS||403 / 5.4|
|Tires||21 / 79|
|Wining shift pattern||Good start (little right of green), 53mph 2nd and NOS, rest deep good or perfect shifts|