The design of Lamborghini’s next lead supercar will reportedly be inspired by the Terzo Millennio Concept.
Its a well-known fact that the next generation Lamborghini Aventador will be electrified, however, Car Magazine has gotten some new delicious insights concerning the lead supercar’s future successor. The information guarantees the following Aventador will not be revealed until 2022, and will probably have another name “roused by the bullish universe of Lamborghini folklore.” Visually, the aspect of the next-generation Aventador will be based on the electric Terzo Millennio design disclosed in 2017, so anticipate it to sport a more extreme adaptation of Lamborghini’s conventional wedge shape.
As indicated by the report, the two-seater supercar will be based on another carbon chassis bundling three powertrain components: the front hub drive unit with two electric engines, a backbone center area lodging the batteries, and the back drivetrain lodging a third e-engine, another double grasp transmission, and a V12. Obviously, the next Aventador will pack a changed adaptation of Lamborghini’s naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 motor that appeared in the first Aventador.