Forza Horizon 4 is an open racing world. In the game, there are not only games that don’t stop, but also other recreational activities, such as photography.
You can choose a favorite car, then put it in a special scene and use the camera to record a moment. In the community, the best photography is selected every week. Today we are sharing the work by thisaintbanana – Lamborghini Veneno.
Lamborghini Veneno Performance Profile
The Lamborghini Veneno features a 6.5-litre V12 engine with a 7-speed ISR manual shifting system with ultimate shifting speed and 5 driving modes, a full-time four-wheel drive system, and a push-rod suspension and horizontal springs. And the chassis of the shock absorber.
The maximum output power is up to 750 hp, and it takes only 2.8 seconds to accelerate from standstill to 100km/h, and the top speed can reach 355km/h.
Lamborghini Veneno design and aerodynamics
The front-end design pursues perfect aerodynamics and downforce, acting like a giant spoiler that directs airflow through the wide diversion channel to the front cover, windshield front and front wheels.
The body fender optimizes the aerodynamic characteristics while using the world racing model to divide the proportion, so that the waist line is mainly composed of large window frames and front and rear wheel arches. The precision aerodynamic design perfectly directs the airflow to the large air intake, ensuring engine cooling and intake efficiency.
Like the front end of the car, the rear end is also designed to optimize the aerodynamics and high-speed cornering stability of the underbody. From the sleek underbody to the sturdy wide rear splitter at the rear, the four large diameter exhaust pipes are separated to increase downforce.
The large inlet also ensures ventilation cooling of the engine compartment and directs airflow to the tail. The only enclosed area at the rear is the suspension of the license plate.
The rear light group includes brake lights, turn signals and fog lights, all in a Y shape. The six wedge-shaped openings on the hood and the heat sink in the middle, as well as the adjustable rear spoiler, are also designed to optimize engine cooling efficiency. The hood extends in the middle as a giant “shark fin” that increases braking efficiency and tail stability and provides additional downforce when the yaw angle is too large, further enhancing high-speed cornering stability.
The adjustable tail design is based on the experience of racing and has undergone extensive simulation testing to ensure a perfect interaction between the tail and the tail’s diffused airflow, resulting in excellent aerodynamics.
Lamborghini Veneno’s front and rear wheels are equipped with 20-inch and 21-inch aluminum alloy wheels, all assembled in a central fastening. The outer edge of the rim is specially designed with a ring of carbon fiber rings that provide additional cooling air for the carbon ceramic brakes like a turbine – a design that also stems from aerodynamics.
Today’s sharing is here, although in reality we can hardly own a Lamborghini Veneno, but we can get the driving experience through FH 4 game. If you don’t have a car in the FH 4 garage, you may want to pay attention to U4N. Maybe it can meet your requirements.
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