When driving, the air hits the rear wing with high velocity which pushes the rear part of the car onto the tarmac and creates downforce. As a result, the slip decreases, the tires produce better grip and the engine power can be used more efficiently. A special feature of the Aventador is the integrated rear wing. It only extends when needed – at mid-range and high speeds.
The diffusor on the underside of the car's rear further increases the grip. It produces a vacuum by decelerating the airflow.
As a result, the rear is pulled downwards. As in many other areas of vehicle construction, our engineers have to look at the entirety of the car when it comes to aerodynamics. Lamborghini has managed to develop highly efficient aerodynamics for the Aventador, which support its extraordinary performance. The breathtaking acceleration from 0 to 100 kph (0-62 mph) in only 2.9 seconds is just one of many examples for the Aventador's aerodynamic strengths.