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Lamborghini to discontinue its V 12 engine, will be used in a roadster and a coupe for the last time

Everyone thought the Aventador Altima was the last car to come with Lamborghini’s most popular naturally aspirated V12 engine. However, the company finally announced two one-off model supercars, which will be brought with the V12 engine. These one-off supercars will be named ‘Invincible’ and ‘Autentica’. These models will be a coupe and a roadster, respectively. Let’s know how these cars will be.

The company’s V12 engine will power the upcoming Invincible and Autentica cars. This is a very popular and powerful engine from Lamborghini, which has been used in models like Sesto Elemento, Reventon and Veneno. The one-off Duo carbon fibre bodywork will also use the same carbon fibre monocoque of the Aventador that Lamborghini Motorsport has already tested.

Lamborghini’s supercars used a 6.5-litre, 12-cylinder naturally aspirated engine, which generated power of 769 hp and torque of 720 Nm at 6,750 rpm. It gets a 7-speed ISR gearbox with an all-wheel drive system.

The Centro Style department of Lamborghini has designed both of these supercars. The race track inspires this car. The Essenza SCV12 inspires its bonnet; below, it gets a vertical front splitter for airflow management. The bodywork follows the popular hexagonal design of the Lamborghini V12s with a clean sporty cabin. New hexagonal LED running lights have been given at the rear of both supercars.

Nothing has been disclosed about the launch and price of these supercars yet. However, its information is expected to be revealed soon.


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