The upcoming Lamborghini Aventador successor has to be one of the most anticipated supercars of 2023. It has already been reported that the brand’s new flagship model will debut in the first quarter of this year. However, we now have a date.
According to sources, Lamborghini is likely to reveal the Aventador successor on March 29. It will be a public event, which will be streamed live from Sant’Agata Bolognese.
You may have heard that Lambo’s new flagship supercar will be its first-ever hybrid model. We’ve also been told that the car will use an all-new naturally aspirated V12 engine supported by electric motors. The combined output of this setup is expected to be around 1050 hp.
We got our first taste of the Aventador successor’s styling when patent drawings were released. It features a classic wedge shape with an aggressive front inspired by the Sian. Dual hexagonal exhausts take centre stage at the rear, along with Centenario-style tail lights.
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