Covered with camouflage, the prototype of the one responsible for replacing the Lamborghini Aventador continues its development tests. But the tests will be cut short for this prototype which will be forced to stop on the public road following a technical problem. This unexpected stop allows us to better detail this car, in particular the double level headlamps, the indicators, the rear lights, the engine cover, the numerous air intakes.
A prototype remains a prototype and sometimes the machine jams. As we can calmly admire the design of the front cover, the slender headlights with the turn signals below, the imposing air intakes to cool the engine and the brakes…
Equipped with a rechargeable hybrid engine, the future Lamborghini will be less malussée and will be able to drive in electric. This engine consists of a V12 engine driving the rear wheels, while the front wheels are powered by electric motors (presumably one on each wheel). The motors placed at the front can drive the front wheels (all-electric mode) or support the V12 during acceleration. Both motors will be paired with an active differential that will pass power to all four wheels. It is an electronic system which should be equivalent to the one used by Ferrari for its Ferrari SF90 Stradale with drift angle control, electronic traction management control, torque management… It is a super “ESP” which allows the internal combustion engine and the electrics to operate at the same time or individually to better manage traction.
The small yellow triangles on the body indicate the presence of an electrified motorization. It is that the beauty of Sant’Agata will use a rechargeable hybrid engine. At the rear we discover the four exhaust outlets of the V12 block and we can better distinguish the Y-shaped lights, which have nothing to do with the stickers placed on the bodywork which are only misleading. ‘eye.
The presence of a hybrid engine has many advantages, such as significantly reducing CO2 emissions, but the main disadvantage is that it increases the weight due to the presence of the electric motors, the battery, the wiring additional… To compensate for this overweight, the replacement for the Lamborghini Aventador will use carbon fiber and lightweight materials so that weight gain is as limited as possible. And so that Lamborghini’s new supercar glides through the air while remaining glued to the road, the aerodynamics will be neat, spoiler, spoiler, mobile rear spoiler, everything will be done to transform this car into a real racing beast. .
A little clutter in the wiring, rest assured on the production car this part will be much more orderly. You can see on each side of the bonnet the hot air extraction scoops from the engine compartment.