Lamborghini is preparing to release several electrified models in the coming years. The most anticipated of them is the successor of the Aventador.
The photo spies came close to the camouflaged prototype of the upcoming flagship supercar, which allowed us to get a better look at its appearance.
This is not the first time we have come across a prototype of an unnamed model. We first noticed an Aventador-bodied mule in November 2021. In March of this year, a new prototype with the final production body was captured in spy pictures. However, the new pictures were taken from a closer distance, revealing more details of the body, which has not yet parted with camouflage.
The supercar has retained the characteristic wedge-shaped shape of its predecessors, but looks a little wider and has a more understated fit. The front part gets more aggressive headlights, slightly smaller air intakes on the bumper, and a ventilated hood. We also see a lot of side air intakes and aerodynamic elements on the rear pillars.
“The rear of the test car has twin exhaust pipes located directly under the active rear spoiler between the taillights. A new engine cover and a massive diffuser are also visible, which was made possible by moving the exhaust pipes to the side.”
It is expected that the new Lamborghini will use a completely new plug-in hybrid transmission, which will be based on a V12 engine. Electrification will reduce emissions and add zero-emission driving capabilities to the supercar. At the same time, electric motors will contribute to a significant increase in output power.
Lamborghini will introduce a successor to the Aventador in 2023, and a successor to the Huracan in 2024, also with an electrified transmission. The first all-electric model of the brand should appear in 2027 or 2028.