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Aventador S and City of Arts and Sciences: the game of shapes

19 May 2021

With its mixture of dynamism and immobility, Valencia’s City of Arts and Sciences is the perfect backdrop for the lines of Lamborghini Aventador S. The architectural complex, designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela and inaugurated in 2005, is able to harmonize the blue of the water and sky with the white of the cement, resulting in one of the most successful examples of organic architecture.

Owing to the hexagonal design of its new exhaust terminals, the rear of the Aventador S appears as powerful as the engine of a space shuttle, while its nose boasts shapes reminiscent of a shark’s fins and convey the same force and elegance when dominating the road. 

Elegance blends in with an extremely advanced technology with the integration of LDVA (Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Attiva), which turns the Lamborghini Aventador S into a progressive gem, perfectly set between the sinuous shapes of the City of Arts and Sciences. 

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