Lamborghini has been planning the release of its upcoming Murcielago successor so carefully these past few months, dropping photos and information little by little until the full reveal at the Geneva Motor Show next month. It appears Lamborghini’s plans may have just been derailed.
The photo, reputed to have been leaked from the pages of Evo Magazine Croatia, shows clear Reventon influence with an angular, jutting front fascia. Still overall, the body contours of the so-called Aventador LP700-4 are much more rounded than that of the Murcielago it replaces, while also appearing significantly wider. Just one frontal image has been revealed so far, and no official specs have been dropped.
All we know so far is that the car, likely to be the most advanced in Lamborghini history, will feature a race-inspired pushrod-style front suspension, a curb weight of just 3472 lbs, and a 691-horsepower, 6.5-liter V-12 engine to push it all around with. As for the rest of the details, along with more photos, we’re still in the dark.
That means you’ll have to stay tuned for our live coverage of the Geneva Motor Show March 1 and 2 for the full scoop on this carbon-fiber-bodied, road rocket.