The successor to the Lamborghini Aventador could be the 1100-strong hybridApril 17, 2019
By 2019, the main players in the supercar market – Porsche, Ferrari and McLaren – have long had hybrid models in their lineup. Only Lamborghini clings to the V10 and V12 gasoline atmospheric engines. But it seems that soon this stronghold will soon fall.
According to the Car magazine, which refers to the Lamborghini manual, the successor to the Aventador supercar will become a hybrid: the aspirated V12 will remain behind, but it will be supplemented with an electric motor, and two more electric motors will be located in front. Batteries will be placed in the central part of the machine.
As for power, only electric cars will provide about 400 hp. Even if the impact of the current 6.5-liter V12 will remain the same, the all-wheel drive supercar will be with at least a 1,100-horsepower engine. In this case, the machine will be able to pass a small distance on the electric. And the design of the novelty will be based on the Terzo Millennio Concept concept car (pictured above) in 2017.
Rumors suggest that a new hybrid supercar will appear in 2020. But, according to Car, the debut of the premiere of the model by the top management of the Lamborghini model was postponed until 2022.
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