PROPELLED BY THE WIND BENEATH ITS WINGS
What is Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva? The secret to the Aventador SVJ’s rear wing is a two-piece flapper valve beneath the cover of its rear-mounted engine. Here speed pushes air into a forward-facing, mesh-mouthed duct. With the valves open, this air rushes through the rear spoiler’s centre pillar, then is guided to slots cut in the wing’s underside. This airflow reduces the effect of the spoiler, cutting aero drag and so increasing top speed. For corners, ALA opens only one side of the two-piece valve, creating pressure on the tyre on the inside of the curve, but not the outside tyre.