Lamborghini will reveal the Aventador successor on March 29

   Mar 24,2023

Lamborghini's first plug-in hybrid supercar, the Aventador, will make its global debut on March 29 with a new V12 engine augmented by three electric motors producing a total of 1,015hp. 


This makes it the most powerful Lamborghini in company history. It ushers in a new era of electrification for the Italian brand while still letting its famous V12 engine to "live on," rather than being extinguished by increasingly stringent emissions rules.

Details: Lamborghini LB744 chassis

The LB744 will also introduce a new "monofuselage" chassis concept, which the company claims will be a "major" step forward for the model's driving dynamics and torsional stiffness. The supercar, codenamed LB744, will be the first to utilise a complete carbon fibre front end, with energy absorption levels quadruple that of the Aventador.

The monofuselage, according to the Italian automaker, is 10% lighter than the chassis that underpins the Aventador, weighing 20% less at the front alone. Torsional stiffness has also been increased by 25%.

The rear chassis is made of high-strength aluminium with hollow rear domes, which Lamborghini claims decreases weight while also, reducing the number of welding lines and increasing rigidity.

Lamborghini's new "forged composites" chassis technology is a fresh approach to carbon fiber engineering. The company also claims it would improve manufacturing sustainability while lowering energy usage and trash volume.

Powertrain Lamborghini LB744

The new 6.5-litre V12 engine is crucial to the PHEV's performance. It weighs 218kg and produces 725Nm at 6,750rpmand 825hp at 9,250rpm.

As a result, the three 18.5kg motorsmay be placed with little weight. The unit also emits 30% less CO2 than the Aventador Ultimae's 780hp powertrain. These motors also improve low-end torque, with 350Nm accessible right away. Although acceleration stats are yet to be confirmed, the LB744 will have blazing off-the-line speed, perhaps comparable to the special-edition Lamborghini Veneno, which can achieve 100kph from rest in 2.9sec.

Hybrid System

A 3.8kWh lithium-ion battery is positioned within the transmission tunnel to maintain the car's center of gravity as low as feasible.

According to the company, the LB744 has a 44:56 weight distribution, allowing it to be "very agile" on both highways and circuits.

The LB744 may even be totally electric, having the option of only using the front wheels or all four.However, due to the modest size of the battery, the electric-only range is estimated to be no more than 8km. With the addition of the battery, the super-hybrid now has 13 various drive modes, ranging from full-ICE driving to hybrid support, pure-electric, recharging mode, and, of course, track-specific configurations.

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