Lamborghini is gearing up to replace the Aventador with a new supercar. This successor, reported to be in the works by the luxury brand, will probably debut globally in the coming weeks. However, ahead of the launch, fresh images of the V12 supercar have been circulating on the internet. The leaked images reveal much of the supercar's external styling. It will carry forward the similar sharp-looking front end as the Lamborghini Aventador. The supercar will get the tri-arrow LED daytime running lights below the triangular headlamps, as found with the Lamborghini Sian FKP 37. According to leaked shots, the new-gen supercar will have two top-mounted exhaust pipes on the rear, surrounded by triangular taillights. The new supercar will have a single-pane window with air vents on either side, unlike the Aventador, which featured a three-pane rear window over the engine.
Coming to the profile, the 5-spoke alloys with Y-shaped ends on the new supercar will be identical to the 2011 model of the Aventador. Also, a large air intake is located behind the door. Dimensionally, the upcoming V12 model is going to imitate its predecessor, the Aventador.
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A large-capacity V12 engine will power the Aventador’s successor, paired with a hybrid unit. The Aventador’s 6.5-litre V12 engine currently produces 769bhp and 720Nm. With electric aid, the supercar will be able to deliver more power than its predecessor. A supercapacitor energy storage system will also be present in the upcoming supercar, similar to the Sian FKP 37 and the new Countach LPI 800-4.
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According to reports, the supercar may be called the "Lamborghini Revuelto." It will be the first vehicle to follow the company's 2024 lineup goal of only offering hybrid vehicles. As of now, we have no exact information on whether the Italian manufacturer will launch the model in India or not. All three of Lamborghini's production models - the Urus, the Huracan, and the Aventador are currently available for purchase in India. Considering this, we can expect the carmaker to launch the upcoming V12 supercar in our market.
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