Spy Shots of Lamborghini Jota testing under deep winter

Posted on Friday, 9 April 2010 , 06:04:58 byAlina

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Spy Shots of Lamborghini Jota testing under deep winter

On a snowy test track in Nurburgring, spy photographers have been able to take images of the Lamborghini Jota, derived from that amazing and legendary Miura from the early Seventies and revived for a short period of time on the Diablo SE30 limited edition as a power upgrade.

As we can see from the photos, Jota comes with big side air intakes and aerodynamic parts on the doors. Also it's lower than the Murcielago and maybe weighs less too, thanks to the use of aluminium and carbon fibre. Styling inspiration is being provided by the Estoque concept and Reventon
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Taking a closer look at these spy shots, from the front right up to the rear wheel it looks like a Gallardo: the same mirrors, the same door style, the same triangular small window in front of the door.

The wheels are bearing what appears to be some sort of telemetry hubs. The vehicle also appears even wider than the linebacker Murcielago.

Power could be from a newly developed V12 engine, direct fuel injection will probably raise power output above the 700 Bhp
Whether the car in question will emerge as yet another limited version of the existing Murcielago or its anticipated replacement, will become clearer as we get closer to its anticipated debut in two years as a 2011 model.


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Spy Shots of Lamborghini Jota testing under deep winter image Spy Shots of Lamborghini Jota testing under deep winter image
Spy Shots of Lamborghini Jota testing under deep winter image Spy Shots of Lamborghini Jota testing under deep winter image