Details appeared on the Lamborghini Aventador supercar receiverJuly 12, 2020
Giovanni Perosino, who is the chief commercial officer of Lamborghini, spoke about the plans of the automaker regarding the receiver of the Lamborghini Aventador supercar.
The recently introduced hybrid supercar Sian Roadster gave us a brief idea of the direction in which the Italian brand will develop. With a futuristic design and sharper edges throughout the exterior than the same Sian coupe, Sian Roadster demonstrates what the brand is capable of in terms of design evolution.
Most importantly, Sian and Sian Roadster are using a hybrid drivetrain, which means the automaker is on its way to an electrified future. And this is absolutely amazing to her.
However, the future of Lamborghini is closely related to the Aventador model. The Battle Bull is without a doubt the brand’s most popular model. As company representatives have repeatedly noted, the creation of a successor for this model is very important for the brand.
At a recent press conference, Lamborghini’s Chief Commercial Officer Giovanni Perosino announced some information about the upcoming Aventador receiver. It was noted that the novelty will definitely receive the most powerful V12 engine, which will most likely work with an additional electric motor. He also noted that all models of the company will receive electrified engines.
Mr. Perosino also said that the supercapacitor that was used in Sian will not be installed in the next generation Aventador. While offering a symmetrical charge and discharge function seems like an attractive idea, Lambo sees the next Aventador as a serial supercar that will not be sold in such limited quantities as the rare Sian and Sian Roadster.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the Lamborghini Diablo version 2021 of the model year is presented. A video appeared on the Sketch Monkey YouTube channel that shows the process of changing the look of the Italian supercar Lamborghini Diablo.
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