New images of the Lamborghini Aventador replacement have surfaced on social media. Unlike the test mules we’ve seen earlier, this one has production-ready bodywork.
Lamborghini’s next-gen supercar will retain its classic wedge shape. This prototype has twin hexagonal exhaust tips flanked by what appear to be Y-shaped LED tail lights. Note how the bodywork wraps around the exhausts.
As with the Aventador, the replacement will also have a low scuttle and an aggressive front end, possibly inspired by the Sian FKP37.
The Aventador successor will be based on an all-new platform. It will be powered by a hybrid powertrain, with an overall output of around 1000 hp, channelled to all four wheels.
Lamborghini is all set to unveil its next-gen supercar in March 2023. However, private unveilings of the car have already started since the beginning of this month.