With its powerful engine, rapid acceleration, and superb agility, the Lamborghini Huracán EVO delivers an incredible driving experience. The Lamborghini Huracán EVO also gives the driver ultimate control with the Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) Vehicle Dynamics Controller, which masters all active performance systems. It forms a seamless connection between driver inputs and the systems necessary to achieve the desired driving behavior with predictive and real-time solutions. View here for an overview. Read the rest of this entry
With its sleek and aerodynamic design, robust engine, and precise and responsive handling, the Lamborghini Huracán EVO delivers a phenomenal driving experience. The Lamborghini Huracán EVO also makes it easier to drift with the Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) technology, which aids drifting maneuvers by coordinating the All-Wheel Drive system, the All-Wheel Steering system, Torque Vectoring, and Advanced Traction Control. Read the rest of this entry
Why are ground effects important on performance cars?
Have you ever wondered what all that junk is for on the underside of a supercar? In truth, there’s a lot of crazy stuff going on down there, and we are far away from the mostly flat-bottomed cars that dominated the supercar and even the racecar design language for decades. This is all because of ground effects. Why are ground effects important on performance cars? We’ll answer that, but first we have to look into what lift is and how it works. Read the rest of this entry
Why is a battery maintainer important for supercars?
Whether you are new to the world of supercars or just reading up on them, you’ve likely heard about battery maintainers. Why is a battery maintainer important for supercars? It’s a slightly complicated question, but we are going to dive into the issue and come out with an answer. Read the rest of this entry
Is there a difference between a wing and a spoiler?
Many, even in the automotive community, use spoiler and wing interchangeably in reference to cars. Is there a difference between a wing and a spoiler? Yes, there is, and it’s a big one. Believe it or not, a spoiler and a wing each exist for two different reasons. Let’s fill you in. Read the rest of this entry
Why does the Lamborghini Aventador not have a DCT?
Many gearheads and spec nuts have wondered why does the Lamborghini Aventador not have a DCT? We will get down to the bottom of why this is while also telling you what a DCT is, how it works, and if you can ever expect the Aventador to get a DCT in the future. Read the rest of this entry
How do paddle shifters work?
Do you want to know more about paddle shifters? How do paddle shifters work? Essentially, they are paddles that let you shift sequentially through the gears. Shifting up is typically done via the right paddle, and down via the left paddle. No clutch is required in these types of vehicles. Want to learn more? We can fill you in on all the details including some history and more. Read the rest of this entry
What is a Lamborghini active suspension?
The Aventador S and its somehow faster brother, the Aventador SVJ, both employ a ridiculous amount of technology to make them the most high-tech displays of road going performance on this earth, and one of the technologies they employ is an active suspension. What is a Lamborghini active suspension? It’s a few simple words that describe something that’s actually rather complicated, and we’ll give you the full rundown.
Why do some supercars have different sized wheels?
Though it is not the case in all supercars, many employ different sized rims opting for larger ones in the rear. Why do some supercars have different sized wheels? We will attempt to answer that with a little science. Read the rest of this entry
Is more downforce in a car always better?
Racecar and supercar manufacturers are always talking about downforce, but is more downforce in a car always better? The short answer is no, but we will explore that topic and more as we take a deep dive into the relationship between cars and downforce. Read the rest of this entry