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Lamborghini’s Useless App Reminds You That Its Cars Can Go Really Fast

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When Audi snatched Lamborghini up, fans of the fighting bull were afraid that the company would lose its rabid and slightly psychotic side. After all, Lamborghini owners are the type of people who host S & M club meetings inside secret rooms in their mansions. Lamborghini’s latest cars prove that they haven’t lost anything because despite the German refinement, there is still plenty of the rambunctious Italian spirit inside the cars. A perfect example of this mix is Lamborghini’s Track And Play System featured here on an Aventador SV.

It combines the precision and results-driven side of the Germans with the galloping horses of an Italian bull.

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Lamborghini Aventador S Coupe
Starting MSRP
$417,650