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This is probably the least glamorous element of a new supercar, but it’s the most important. That carbon fiber monoframe we discussed earlier, with its remarkable weight savings and improvements in torsional rigidity? It is also safer for the occupants and presents a world first. The Revuelto is the world’s first supercar to feature a front crash structure made entirely of carbon fiber, and this offers twice the energy absorbing properties of a conventional front clip.




In addition, the Revuelto is the first Lambo with a full advanced driver assistance system, including a lane keeping assist system, blind-spot monitor and rear cross-traffic alert, something anyone who has ever Backed with a Lamborghini I would agree that it was sorely lacking from previous products. A surround-view camera system is also included, so you have no excuse for slowing down those wheels. The Aventador had nothing more than airbags, stability control, and a rear-view camera, the bare minimum required by law.""Forehead"



Then there’s Lamborghini Connect, a tracking system that allows the owner to monitor fuel level, battery charge, electric range and the exact location where the car is parked. Additionally, the Unica app allows you to lock or unlock doors, sound the horn or activate lights (some of this can be done via an Apple Watch), all remotely. More importantly, the system allows the owner to set a certain speed or geographic limit and even a time in which the car is allowed to be used. The car can’t be remotely disabled, but the owner will know if their 17-year-old son has gone for a ride, where they went, what time, and how fast they were going.""image""



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