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Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Packing Tegra-Powered Multi-Function Display – Video

Probably one of the sexiest cars out there, the Lamborghini has always been known for its beauty and assets, and now with this latest news it seems the supercar now has the brains to match its brawn. The Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 will be packing Tegra-powered technology in its infotainment system.

The newly announced car is reported to have more technology than any other Lamborghini before and this has been put down to its newly assigned Volkswagen Group band. The interior has a very much Audi style about it, which is a good thing and also features certain fighter-inspired aspects about it too.

This from an article by Tim Stevens at Engadget which explains how the most interesting part of this vehicle is the MMI system that features the Tegra technology. All the displays are LCD including dials and heads up visuals, the menus can be navigated using a stalk on the steering wheel or by the MMI dial and 3D maps with customizable menus feature also.

Of the motor will feature traditional expectations from a supercar like the Lamborghini packing a 612HP V-12 engine in the rear. More details about the Aventador including the price can be read via Engadget by clicking the link above. Check out the video we have below in the meantime.

What do you think of the smart new supercar? Let us know below.

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Written by Chris Cook

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