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Long Live the V12-Powered Replacement for the Lamborghini Aventador!

Long Live the V12-Powered Replacement for the Lamborghini Aventador!

July 2, 2022 / By Zunair Tahir / Automotive News

When it comes to introducing V12-powered supercars, Lamborghini has been a zealot. It possessed one, as did the Miura, Countach, Diablo, Murcielago, and finally the Aventador from the 1960s’ 350 GT.

The latter was first debuted in 2011, and Lamborghini has since improved it, released a variety of special editions, and created derivatives based on the same platform.

The most recent Aventador, which some aficionados consider to be the greatest model ever, added the Ultimae suffix and several improvements, including a powerful 6.5-liter V12 engine with natural aspiration that produces 780 PS (769 hp/ 574 kW) and 720 Nm (531 lb-ft) of torque. With a single-clutch, seven-speed automatic gearbox and all-wheel drive, it can reach a high speed of 355 kph (221 mph) and accelerate from 0 to 100 kph (62 mph) in under 2.8 seconds.

As we’ve already noted, the Aventador Ultimate is Lamborghini’s final naturally aspirated V12-powered supercar; a new engine will power the company’s next model. The yet-unnamed vehicle has already been seen in many mules and prototypes, and while CEO Stephan Winkelmann affirmed that it would continue to employ a V12, electricity will help it.


The fact is that the greasy bits are a well-kept secret. We may speculatively assume that it will likely have a dual-clutch automatic transmission and two engines driving the front wheels. As a result, nobody outside the firm is currently aware of it.

According to rumors’, the Aventador’s replacement may have a combined output of more than 1,000 horsepower. Some suggest supercapacitors as an alternative to conventional batteries, while others predict a compact battery pack.

Whatever the situation, anticipate a limited range with zero emissions, improved takeoffs thanks to the new V12, electric motor(s), and DCT (dual-clutch transmission), and improved aero. It is expected that the Terzo Millennio will serve as inspiration for the front end, while the Centenario may serve as inspiration for the back.

Now, Lamborghini won’t exactly be breaking new ground with the Aventador replacement’s hybrid powertrain; as you are undoubtedly already aware, they have already dabbled in this technology.

They have numerous concept cars with electrical assistance in addition to the Sian, which is mostly electric. In spite of rivals from Ferrari, McLaren, and Porsche having hybrid hypercars at the time, such as the LaFerrari, P1, and 918 respectively, one of them is the Asterion, which never advanced beyond the show vehicle stage.

We must remind you to treat all purported information on it with a grain of salt. Oh, and the renderings presented in the gallery above come from CarWow on YouTube. A mouse click will take you to the video, which also discusses other topics including the anticipated beginning price.


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