The eagerly anticipated 2023 Lamborghini Aventador successor has been spotted in Germany.
Even though it’s wearing the usual camo wrap, there are a couple of interesting design features it can’t hide.
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The first thing that stands out is the unusual position of the exhaust pipes.
We can see them above the rear bumper, basically where the hood lid is, right between the taillights.
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Eagle-eyed Lambo fans might be able to spot the change of shape of the exhaust pipes, too.
Whereas the outgoing model had circular exhaust pipes, the 2023 model now features hexagonal pipes, which look way cooler.
In the images taken by Andreas Mau (@race356) and Stephen (@dererlkoenigpaparazzi), the car looks rather more conservative at the front, where you’ll find Lambo’s iconic headlamps.
We can spot at least four sizeable air scoops on the 2023 Lamborghini Aventador: two at the front and two on the wheel arches.
More to the point, and this is crucial, it looks exactly like a Lambo should.
Low, mean, aggressive, race-ready.
If anything it looks a bit more compact than the Aventador, almost like a ‘supersized’ Huracán.
In terms of performance, the only thing we know for sure is the new Lamborghini will be a hybrid.
It will probably (fingers crossed) be powered by a brand-new V12 developed specifically for an electrified powertrain.
The all-new Lamborghini is expected to debut in 2023, with deliveries beginning in 2024.
About the Lamborghini Aventador
The Aventador was launched in 2011 as Lamborghini’s halo V12 supercar.
Despite being an expensive, highly customizable, high-performance supercar, it sold like hot cakes.
Lamborghini delivered over 11,500 vehicles in ten years.
In addition to the plethora of limited-edition versions it spawned, Lambo used the Aventador as a base for several unique creations including the Veneno and the Countach LPI 800-4.