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Lamborghini Aventador Successor Is Here And It Looks Stunning

Last month, we revealed the design sketches of the Aventador’s replacement. Lamborghini Aventador successor, or the LB744 as it is known internally, has now once again been spotted on the roads.

In terms of design, the next-gen flagship car from the house of Lamborghini resembles closely to the design sketches. It gets an angular front fascia with LED headlights and big cooling ducts at the bottom of the bumper.

Looking from the sides, there are large air intakes on both sides. Lamborghini is likely to offer its signature scissor doors on the Aventador successor.

Towards the rear, the angular design continues. The supercar has dual hexagonal exhausts positioned in the middle. The rear lights get a Y-shaped design.

That said, the overall design looks pretty similar to the outgoing car. Further, we hope that the car looks different than the Aventador in reality.

Coming to the powertrain, the Aventador replacement will feature a mid-mounted V12 engine. The car maker has paired this motor with a hybrid system as well. Coming to power output, we can definitely expect it to be higher than the one in the Aventator. According to a media report, the engine could make over 1050 HP with the motor alone making 850 HP. The LP780-4 Ultimae can accelerate to 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds with a top speed of over 200 mph. Hence, we can safely expect the Aventador replacement to better these numbers.

Image Source: Lamborghini Aventador / Shutterstock

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