WATCH: Lamborghini Aventador S Spotted Casually Strolling Around The Streets Of Monaco!

May 01, 2017 06:30 AM EDT | Paul Urban

Just after four months from its official debut, the first unit of Lamborghini Aventador S supercar has been seen on the streets of Monaco, where else? Monaco, with its fair share of the richest and most influential people, is the best place for this supercar to casually stroll around in. It certainly turned heads and onlookers gave the supercar more than a second look.

The Lamborghini Aventador S seen around the streets of Monaco may either be a factory or a dealer car. It is quite indistinguishable because of its blurry license plate through the windshield. It may also be a part of some marketing campaign, with the Principality of Monaco as the chosen venue for its live appearance.

Also, the Raging Bull's latest version features an even more improved downforce with new suspension geometry to boot. It comes with recalibrated driving modes, updated electronic stability control, and a tweaked all-wheel drive. The first of its kind four-wheel steering is reported to be applied to a production Lamborghini.

The Lamborghini Aventador S is capable of producing 720-horsepower and 509 pound-feet of torque. It is insane for being able to accelerate from zero to 62 mph in just 2.9-seconds. It can also go a top speed of 217 mph.

It borrows from technological advancements present in the Aventador SV and Centenario. The lines are also reviewed to be more harmonious and intakes look more proportionate. Its new form also has improved function for better cooling of both the engine and the brakes. This translates to 50 percent improvement in aerodynamic efficiency and 130 percent more downforce.

The Lamborghini Aventador S as seen wandering the streets of Monaco is definitely a treat to industry experts, car enthusiasts, or simply to those who happened to be there. Its futuristic design deserves more than a second look. Well, being given the unique opportunity to see it first is such an honor.

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