The new supercar arrives sometime next year.
Late last year, we received our first look at Lamborghini’s Aventador replacement. The car was camouflaged and clothed, distorting the sleek shape of the supercar. TheSketchMonkey YouTube channel used new spy pictures of the car with only camouflage to create an unofficial rendition of the impending supercar as a roadster in the video above, which tries to peel away the camouflage to reveal the supercar’s new look.
While the latest spy photos show the car without any cladding, the swirly camouflage does a good job of distorting the car’s surfaces and making the style tough to distinguish. Although the camo hides much of the car’s front-end design, including the lighting signature, a closer look exposes some similarities between the Sian and the company’s forthcoming flagship.
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The Sian would have no influence on the design of the Aventador replacement, according to Lamborghini’s head of design in 2019. However, this does not rule out the possibility of borrowing. Much of the Sian’s design inspiration comes from the front, with the Terzo Millennio concept influencing the intakes behind the cabin in the rendering. The car’s roof is also missing in the rendering, which we expect Lamborghini will construct, but we won’t be seeing one anytime soon.
The spy images showed an aggressive design with massive, spherical quad-exhaust tips peeking through the back between the taillights, but the rendering doesn’t reveal anything at the back. The rear engine cover, which tapers toward the exhaust, was also captured in the images.
Lamborghini’s new design will also get a new powertrain, which will combine electrification and a V12 engine. The hybrid system may produce up to 800 horsepower (XXX kilowatts) and provide power to all four wheels. The vehicle would also include features such as four-wheel steering and adaptive aerodynamics.
Future spy images should provide a better picture of the supercar, which will aid in the design of the vehicle. There should be plenty of them, considering Lamborghini isn’t expected to reveal the car until next year. As the car’s introduction date approaches, additional powertrain specifications should emerge, as rumours stoke excitement for the new vehicle.