Here’s Your First Unofficial look At The Successor To The Beloved Lamborghini Aventador

  • Feb 15, 2023
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The Aventador’s replacement will mark the dawn of the carmaker’s electrification era

We know that the Lamborghini Aventador’s successor has been in the works for a while now, with papped images surfacing online, showing the car draped in camouflage while completing its testing miles on previous occasions. But thanks to a set of leaked images, we now have the first look at the supercar ahead of its global debut, which is due in the coming months.


At first glance, it looks like the design isn’t based on an all-new slate. Rather, it’s an evolution of the Aventador. It also looks like the designers took inspiration from the Lamborghini Sian, with the Y-shaped LED DRLs flanking the sharp nose of the vehicle. 

The sleek headlight design is triangular, which fits well with the sharp triangular creases on the bonnet. Another inspirational element are the front air intakes which resemble the sculpture of some of the later Huracan derivatives.

The five-spoke alloy wheels look sporty, while the split air intakes with vertical slats to control airflow in the side take the term aggressive to a whole different level, while giving the engine fresh air to breathe. Talk about form and function! Move to the rear, and the centrally positioned XXL-sized dual trapezoidal exhausts are the first thing you’re likely to see. These are flanked by Y-shaped sleek LED taillights. 

The bumper seems to sport a rather aggressive diffuser, but the depth of it is unclear due to the leaked image not having the best quality. What is clear though, are the lines that drop from the roofline and look sharp yet flowy at the same time. First impressions are good, and we can’t wait to see it in the flesh!


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The Aventador’s successor will inherit the V12 engine, but it’ll be different this time around. It won’t retain the same symphony of the pure V12 as this one will be paired with a hybrid system. Given that the most powerful avatar of the Aventador’s 6.5-liter V12 put out 780PS and 720Nm, you can expect even more power in the Aventador’s successor thanks to electric assistance.

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The firm plans to have some sort of electrification throughout its range by 2024 and will also produce an all-electric vehicle in the years to come. Not sure how we feel about an all-electric Lamborghini, but it sure sounds weird just talking about it, considering the symphony of the V10s and V12s we’ve come across.

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