Lamborghini Won't Make A RWD Version Of Aventador

Posted: Dec 11 2015, 10:09pm CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Lamborghini won't Make a RWD Version of Aventador
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  • Lamborghini rules out an Rear-Wheel-Drive Aventador possibility once and for all!

According to the Lamborghini bosses the Aventador will never have a Rear-Wheel-Drive version because of its high power and torque.

Previously Lamborghini unveiled the rear-wheel-drive (RWD) model of the Huracan. Since then many have been speculating if a RWD version of the Aventador is the next step.

Lamborghini has finally answered the questions plaguing everyone for months. Lamborghini will never ever make a RWD version of the Aventador. The decision was announced by the Lamborghini bosses.

According to the bosses the Lamborghini Aventador has a very high level of power and torque. So a RWD version is not a possibility because of too much power and torque, reported AutoCar. The Lamborghini Aventador has a horse power capability of 690.

So Lamborghini has ruled out the option of a RWD Aventador. Even though the less-powerful sibling, Huracan was given the RWD treatment. The new RWD entry-level version of the Huracan has 572bhp.

The new RWD Huracan also comes with 397lb ft. Meanwhile the least powerful version of the Lamborghini Aventador has a powertrain of 690bhp. The Aventador also has the capability to produce 507lb ft.

Lamborghini executives insist the four-wheel drive of the Aventador is necessary. The four-wheel drive is necessary to manage the powertrain of the Aventador.

Even the Lamborghini research and development director Maurizio Reggiani has the same views. Especially the state of the art of the control system of the Aventador requires the four-wheel drive.

Every future version of the Aventador will come with a four-wheel drive. While the Huracan has computer simulations and the two-wheel drive was possible without problems.

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