The most extreme version of the Lamborghini Aventador to date, 2020 Lamborghini Aventador will get a front splitter with a dynamic air vent through the front hood. Camo is hiding in the big front boat while the aero and aft profile has received a lot of work. The side intake is superb, while the rear receives a spoiler and exhaust system of similar length to Performante. Expect an improved version of the Lamborghini ALA system to display.
Aventador Performance 2020
Lamborghini seems to have a whole new direction in mind, which will be clarified when a replacement Aventador is available in 2020. It will make about 800 horsepower from the atmospheric V12 of 7.0 liters, which can then be coupled with two electric motors move the front wheels to send the total power to over 1000 horsepower.
The all-electric Lamborghini is not part of the company’s live plan, but it’s not a closed case beyond the next generation hybrid supercar. Emphasized by electric cars, the futuristic concept Terzo Millennio unveiled late last year, Reggiani says that battery technology needs to mature even before Lamborghini EV becomes a possibility.
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Other performance features should include standard rear-wheel drive and aerodynamic improvements such as larger spoons, ventilation, front and rear lips, large rear diffusers, equally wide wings and an annoying engine hood. New wheels and some additional SVJ are expanding, both inside and out, also expected.
Aventador Launch 2020
There is no official word when Lamborghini plans to start his new full 2020 Lamborghini Aventador Rumors say that hardcore supercar will appear in the second half of this year. If we were to guess, the Paris Motor Show in October would be a great place.