It replaces the outgoing Aventador, sometimes dubbed the LP 700-4.

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Welcome to the brand-new, 740-horsepower Lamborghini Aventador S.

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The nose is restyled too, meant to evoke the fangs of a snake.

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More important, though, is the new rear-steering system.

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By turning the rear wheels just a few degrees, the car has markedly improved handling.

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Basically, it turns as if it were a much shorter car.

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Despite the fact that it is, still, a pretty big beast.

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Sadly, the infotainment system hasn't changed, but there is at least Apple CarPlay now!

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Push the red button and go!

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It has 40 more horsepower than before and, crucially, the doors still open the right way.

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And, a new setting, "Ego," where you can personalize your configuration.

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