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Thursday, March 16, 2023

The Aventador successor coded LB744's powerful hybrid drivetrain is revealed

New BEAST After the discontinuation of production of the Lamborghini Aventador, recently the car manufacturer based in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy, Lamborghini announced the engine specifications that will provide power to Aventador's successor codenamed Lamborghini LB744. Besides that it seems that the Italian supercar manufacturer seriously about electrification its car-made. Let's see in detail.
The rendering image of the Lamborghini LB744 supercar looks has smaller headlights with side air ducts, and different rear fenders of Aventador. (Picture from: Motor1)
As quoted from Carscoops, Lamborghini LB744 is said to carry the Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) technology, by combining a new L545-coded 6.5-liter V12 conventional combustion engine combined with three electric motors, aka oil-cooled axial dynamos, in which two dynamos positioned on the front axle and the other one at the rear.
Lamborghini reveals LB744 hybrid technology for the Aventador successor supercar. (Picture from: Otomotif-Kompas)
Then from the power and torque side, the L545-coded conventional combustion V12 engine is also said to put out more power, namely 813 hp and 725 Nm which is then channeled to the rear wheels via the new 8-speed dual clutch automatic transmission.
The Lamborghini LB744 has a battery positioned in the central tunnel, an electric motor driving the front wheels and a V12 engine at the rear. (Picture from: Otomotif-Kompas)
Furthermore for each electric motor that is implanted in the car, it weighs 18.5 kg which is capable of producing a total power of 148 hp and 500 Nm of torque. So if the power generated by conventional combustion engines and electric motors are all combined, then the Lamborghini LB744 has bursts of power up to almost 1,000 ponies. It's fierce enough right?

This means that when that much power is accumulated, it is still supported by three electric motors, so when the V12 engine delivered power to the rear wheels, the electric motor turns it into an all-wheel drive supercar with sophisticated torque vectoring capabilities, which also drives all four wheels in EV-mode only.
This hybrid system from the Lamborghini LB744 has a conventional V12 engine capable of spitting out power up to 813 ponies. (Picture from: Otomotif-Kompas)
Meanwhile, the weight of the machine itself is claimed to be 17 kg lighter when compared to the Aventador SVJ, which weighs 218 kg. Besides that, this machine is also claimed to be more powerful when compared to the Aventador SVJ which has been recorded so far as the fastest Aventador edition.
Meanwhile, the weight of the machine itself is claimed to be 17 kg lighter when compared to the Aventador SVJ, which weighs 218 kg. (Picture from: Voi.id)
For the power supply used is an 8.8 kWh lithium-ion battery placed in the transmission tunnel between the driver and passengers, measuring 1,550 mm in length, 301 mm in height and 240 mm in width. Meanwhile, charging the battery only takes about 30 minutes (if you use a 7 kW plug). Besides that the battery can also be charged using energy from the regenerative braking system on the front wheels.
Unfortunately, the raging bull emblemed automaker company hasn't revealed the full electric mileage of the LB744 or even any other detailed technical specifications of cars will get this new hybrid system. So be patient until the Italian manufacturer launches the successor to the Aventador. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | LAMBORGHINI | CARSCOOPS ]
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