Lamborghini's ALA 2.0 (Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva) is the latest iteration of their aerodynamics system. This new system was used in the Aventador SVJ in order to make it more competent on the track and it seemed to have worked quite well. How do I know? How about the fact that it's the quickest car around Nurburgring. While Lamborghini has mentioned this new system in the past, we haven't had a good chance to see how it really works. Thankfully, Lamborghini is in the business of showing off and put out a video (found below) that gives us the secrets of how this new system works. After watching the video, I can easily say that Lamborghini's aero engineers are serious about taking their cars to the next level. The new ALA 2.0 has a clear centerpiece and it's the rear active aero that's located under the rear wing, smack dab in the middle. It has two flaps that can open up independently depending on the situation. Seriously, just watch the video below and check out how crazy this new system is.