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Monday, November 6, 2017

When the Aventador successor candidate starts to peek

Has been emblazoned since along time as the world's greatest supercar icon, and various works from Lamborghini manufacturer were always make the excitement among the world's automotive lovers, especially those who are crazy about high-performance cars.
New Lamborghini concept teased. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2y5CsQ5)
Since 2015 ago, when Lamborghini first introduced a sexy supercar variant which the more 'hot and extreme' called Lamborghini Aventador. And not half-hearted to this day Lamborghini factory in Sant'Agatha, Italy has spawned at least 7,000 units of these supercars.

Although the age of the Aventador is estimated to be long, apparently these Italian raging bull manufacturer is already preparing to show the successor. Yes, Lamborghini is now preparing to launch a supercar study concept on November 6, 2017, with a design language that will later be used on Aventador's successor.

There is still no more detailed data from this concept car revealed by Lamborghini, in addition to having a look with a keen eye that is characteristic of Lamborghini, but seems more humane than Aventador. And as qouted from Carscoops on November 4, 2107, at this point but Lamborghini teamed up with MIT to "write an important page in the future of super sports cars for the third millennium." The partnership is primarily focused on creating new materials for the automotive sector and had the goal of developing a "super sports car ready for the challenges of the third millennium."

The automaker recently said the Aventador’s replacement will retain the naturally aspirated V12 engine and won’t be a plug-in hybrid, so it doesn’t seem as though the concept’s powertrain will inspire the flagship Lambo. The Huracan replacement, meanwhile, is expected to marry a V10 engine with a battery electric powertrain for greater efficiency.

The car is currently being overseen by Mitja Borkner who is the head of Lamborghini design and has previously worked on a handful Porsche models including the Mission E and Panamera Sport Turismo. The concept car is still not known its name was mentioned will be the face of these Italian supercar manufacturer in the future. Okay, we'll wait from now on! *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | AUTOGUIDE | CARSCOOPS]
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