Lamborghini is preparing to update its flagship product Aventador soon. V12 hybrid powertrain will be available in this next-generation supercar. This car can be launched in the global market in the next few weeks. However, some pictures of it have come out before its launch, which gives information about its design.
A sharp front end will be seen in it, which gives it a new look. It has been given design elements inspired by the Lamborghini Sian FKP 37, in which tri-arrow LED daytime running lamps have also been given below the triangle-shaped headlamp. Y-shaped 5-spoke alloy wheels have been given in this supercar. Behind the doors is a large grille for air ventilation of its V12 engine. At the rear, it gets dual, top-mounted exhaust pipes that are flanked by tri-arrow tail lights. The supercar will get single-pane windows with each air vent.
The successor of the Aventador will get a more powerful V12 engine, which can be equipped with hybrid technology. Like the Sian FKP 37 and the new Countach LPI 800-4, the upcoming supercar will also feature a supercapacitor energy storage device. This supercapacitor weighs 34 kg and charges three times faster than a lithium-ion battery.
According to some media reports, Lamborghini wants to use carbon-fiber bodywork to store electricity, although the company has yet to disclose any details. With this hybrid assist, the new Lamborghini is expected to generate over 780hp of power, even more than the Lamborghini Aventador Ultima.
Lamborghini’s Chief Technical Officer Reuven Mohr told the media that “the new Aventador replacement will be completely new, meaning everything from the engine, gearbox, drivetrain will be seen.”
When will it come to India?
Lamborghini sells all its products in India, including the Urus, Huracan, and Aventador. While the upcoming supercar is yet to be launched in the global market, it will likely arrive in India in the second half of 2023.
Will compete with the Ferrari SF90 Stradale
The Lamborghini Aventador competes with the Ferrari SF90 Stradale, powered by a 3990 cc petrol engine. The ex-showroom price of this car is Rs 7.5 crore.