I think the fact that the STO is RWD is the only thing to watch out for. But if you’ve driven RWD drive cars with serious horse power, you’ll be fine.hey everyone, I am wondering if the STO will be a difficult car to drive in Vancouver for someone who has never driven a Lambo? im not intending to race with the car more for a "casual" drive on given days and collecting reason. Thanks
I agree 100%. Given the nature of the beast, it isn’t all that fun at all to drive around town.The STO should not be viewed as a daily driver or a car to drive to the mall. It is a special super car that must be viewed in accordance with its design mandate. Rear view visibility is limited, there is a paucity of storage space. The STO is meant to be experienced on a track or isolated, winding country roads in order to exact its performance and partake in its immersive and thrilling driving dynamics.
I leave mine plugged on at all times. Never had a problem.Hey guys anyone else have issues with bluetooth working 100%? Works fine at the get go but occasionally looses the signal and cant get ti to start back up :/
i tried connecting it direct to usb and system says it cant read my iphone …
Great video...and kudos to the guy to drive with ESC off on normal roads...cool video _ STO on the autobahn:
If the only thing you want is top speed an STO isn’t the car for you (or any track car), it’s designed to have high downforce which highly impacts drag and top speed, it’s a car for the track not the autobahn don’t forget. IMO Extra HP is always nice yes but for the purpose of top speed for that kind of car it’s nonsense..so top speed is 310 kmh???
They should have added extra horsepower.