A supercar should always mean blistering acceleration, extreme G forces, a bit of discomfort, and, perhaps, a relentless admiration and/or deep loathing from the general population. But from behind the wheel of a Lamborghini, these things are all amplified by a factor of 20.
Lamborghini boasts about its Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) system that funnels all sorts of information through a central processor to optimize the chassis’ performance for any situation. Lambo claims that, thanks to various sensors reporting steering, braking, acceleration, gear selection, and maybe even the driver’s shirt size, LDVI can actually anticipate what’s coming up in any situation. Limited exposure with this updated technology makes any evaluation tentative, but it did seem to work pretty well in practice.