This article presents an independent illustration made by artist Josh Burns based on recent “spy” pictures of the new Italian supercar. The render is not affiliated with the Lamborghini company itself and is not approved by it.
“Ten years have passed since Lamborghini’s Aventador was unveiled as the rightful successor to the once mighty Murcielago.”
Although it still looks as fresh as it did on the day of its debut, time is up for the aging supercar, as its receiver is just around the corner.
Recent “spy” pictures show a radically new look, and reports also point to a completely different power plant. Yes, now it will be a hybrid engine, and it still consists of a magnificent V12.
The Aventador successor continues the Lamborghini design tradition, which dares to differ from other cars. Given that the “shelf life” of Italian brand models is usually 10 years or more, the exotic automaker has made every effort to make sure that it will look desirable for many years.
The key design features are the “sharp” front part, which is equipped with Y-shaped DRL in the style of the Sian concept, and the main lighting units are neatly recessed at the back. The lower aggressive air intakes are framed by a pronounced splitter protruding outward from the middle.
The side view retains Lamborghini’s famous wedge-shaped profile, and the enlarged side air intakes are now connected to the rear buttresses, forming the letter “W”. The glazing is relatively similar to the Huracan and outgoing Aventador, with small quarter windows in front and behind the main side glass.