Lamborghini does not exclude the appearance of the final version of the Aventador supercarMarch 11, 2019
Probably the SVJ “charged” roadster will not be the last V12 aspirated car from the legendary Lambo. So far, no details about the final version of the supercar.
The current flagship supercar brand Lamborghini – Aventador, was launched more than eight years ago. He is nearing the end of his life cycle, but he will not retire until another performance appears. This is what Lambo CTO Maurizio Reggian told Road and Track reporters at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show last week.
“It is possible to have some sort of the last member of the Aventador family, including because the next car will use a hybrid installation, which will make the Aventador the last clean [non-hybrid] Lamborghini car with a classic V12 engine,” said Reggiani.
The latest version of the powerful Aventador is the SVJ “charged” roadster, which was presented at a Swiss show just a few days ago.
Apparently, the decision on the possible appearance of another version of the Aventador has not yet been taken by the leadership of the brand.
Mr. Reggiani said that “it is still to decide what to do next,” and, perhaps, the announcement will officially appear before the end of the year.
As for the replacement of the Aventador, it is already known that the new product will receive the code name LB48H and will use the hybrid V12 unit with supercapacitors instead of batteries. “Everyone is trying to figure out who will be the successor to Aventador, but we still do not announce who they will be and when this will happen,” said Regjani in an interview with Road and Track. Fortunately, he confirmed once again that the classic V12 “has a long life, even in the era of hybridization.”
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