"A seven-speed single-clutch sequential automatic dramatically clicks you up and down the gears with long and satisfying paddle pulls. With your foot to the floor, you can snap off shifts pretty seamlessly. At lower speeds, gear changing is pretty abrupt. I found it to be smoothest when you let off the throttle while you blip up a gear."
"And even with its supercar stiffness in hard driving, the Aventador S is weirdly compliant over regular roads. It's far more comfortable than it has a right to be, which I guess is the whole point. I'm not saying I'd want to drive this thing every day — dealing with those scissor doors and having every phone camera pointed at me at all times got exhausting pretty quickly. But I wouldn't be too scared of rolling down Rodeo in this thing with a fresh coffee in my hand. Sadly, that's where your beverage will have to be, because this car's greatest fault is a lack of copious cupholders."
-- Andrew P. Collins, Jalopnik