In general, most of the super-cars don’t come with a lot of gadgets inside. However, this is not the case of the new Aventador.
So, in addition to its carbon fiber monocoque and 700-horsepower V12, lies an HMI that blends Lambo’s patented beauty and aggression atop a familiar interface.
All the dials and visuals on the car are rendered on LCDs, as can be seen in the video below, along with 3D maps for navigation and a suite of customization menus controlled either by the familiar MMI jog dial in the middle or by a stalk on the steering wheel.
In the video below, we get a thorough walk-around of both the dash and navigation system and MMI.
It is expected to go on sale for a whopping price of $350,000. The Aventador is supposedly bears a sold out status for this year.
Lamborghini plans to make another 500-600 unit deliveries of which will not begin until the second half of 2011.