Spy shots of the new Aventador

Spy shots of the new Aventador

From tractors to super sport cars, Lamborghini made it all possible in only a few decades. Now the raging bull emblem stands for quality, strength and agility, features that can be found in every Lamborghini.
Still with every new generation, the Italian car manufacturer has raised the stakes, and that's the case even for the new Aventador, the beast that is supposed to replace the Murcielago.
Still in development, the Aventador was recently caught on camera while being tested on the race track wearing nothing but a swirly shaped camouflage.
While the details of the car a almost impossible to catch with this kind of camo, we can still see the general line of the car and for all it takes, we can see a strong resemblance to the Sesto Elemento concept car unveiled at the Paris Motor Show last year.
On the inside, we know for sure that the heart of this supercar is the newly developed 6.5, V12 engine capable of releasing 700 brake horse power and a stunning 509 pound-feet of torque.
Officially, Lamborghini wants to unveil its brand new model at this year's Geneva Motor Show so it's just a matter of weeks until we can offer you a full synopsis of this new supercar.
Meanwhile enjoy these spy photos offered by autoblog.com


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Spy shots of the new Aventador image Spy shots of the new Aventador image
Spy shots of the new Aventador image Spy shots of the new Aventador image