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The Aventador Successor LB744 Interior Unveiled by Lamborghini in a Recent Video

A new teaser video of the LB744, the Aventador successor, has been released by Lamborghini. The latest release highlights the different driving modes and also provides a first look at the car’s interior.

As anticipated, the interior of the Aventador successor showcases a bold design. It includes a carbon dashboard and an Alcantara-trimmed steering wheel. Additionally, the center console features a vertical touchscreen infotainment system, while the digital instrument cluster is placed within a carbon fiber pod. It’s worth noting that there is also a separate display on the passenger side.

The LB744 will provide a choice of up to 13 different driving modes, including an all-wheel drive electric mode. The Citta Hybrid mode has been specifically crafted for zero-emission driving and maximum comfort. The Strada Hybrid mode delivers seamless power delivery with a touch of athleticism, while the Sport Recharge mode enhances sportiness and enables fast battery charging. Finally, the Corsa Performance model unlocks the powertrain’s full potential.

The Aventador successor (codenamed: LB744) is empowered by a brand-new 6.5-liter V12 naturally aspirated engine, producing 814 horsepower at 9250 rpm and 525 pound-feet of torque at 6750 rpm. The powertrain is paired with an 8-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and two electric motors, delivering a combined output of more than 1000 hp.

Image Source: EVO

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