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An active aerodynamic system, alongside four-wheel steering and dramatically stiffer suspension are all planned for the Lamborghini LB744.

26 Mar 2023 | International News : Italy

Lamborghini has revealed more about the chassis and handling upgrades of the LB744, just days before its expected full reveal.

The car, it is revealed, will sport a 44:56 front to rear weight distribution, courtesy of its new aviation-inspired monofusolage architecture.

Two rotors located on the redesigned steering wheel will allow easy switching between the driving modes of the car
This design choice, alongside its low centre of gravity and optimised wheelbase, promises an agile handling both for the road and circuit. Lamborghini has further revealed that the LB744 will also get stiffer anti-roll bars (11% and 50% stiffer at the front and rear respectively when compared to the Aventador Ultimae).

A four-wheel steering system, alongside the use of specially developed Bridgestone Potenza Sport tyres, will further add to this increased agility.

The Lamborghini LB744 is also set to get active aerodynamics. Aerodynamic touches of the car include the use of a front splitter as well as a rood that channels air flow to a high-efficiency rear wing. These will deliver a 61% increase in efficiency, while offering a 66% increase in downforce compared to the Aventador Ultimae.

The car is also revealed to feature a semi-active wishbone suspension, controlled by the Lamborghini Vertical Control system designed specifically for the LB744, which electronically manages vertical force exchanges such as sudden load transfers during track driving, adapting the suspension and rear wing behaviour in real time.

The Lamborghini LB744 will also get the firm's latest Carbon Ceramic Brakes Plus braking system, with 10-piston front calipers, and four-piston calipers at the rear.

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