Ahead of its debut at the Geneva Motor Show, Lamborghini has released details about the suspension used on the LP700-4.
Great news! The Lamborghini LP700-4 Aventador will have a suspension - a really advanced one.
Drawing inspiration from F1 cars, the LP700-4 boasts a pushrod spring and damper setup which is connected to the bodyshell structure. This transmits forces from the wheel mounts to the spring/damper elements, which increases stiffness so the spring rates can be reduced to improve ride quality.
Furthermore, there's a steering system that can "think its way through a bend" and an aluminum double wishbone suspension that "masters the ideal balance between race-car feel for the road and plenty of comfort for ramping up the miles."
In a nod to practicality, the front axle is equipped with a hydraulic lifting system that allows the front end to be lifted 40mm. This ensures the car's underbelly will remain scrape free when entering parking garages or going over speed bumps.
Lastly, the LP700-4 features 19-inch wheels up front and 20-inchers out back. These are backed up by carbon ceramic brakes discs which measure 400mm front and 380mm rear.
Check out the press release for additional information