The inevitable will happen in 2023, and Lamborghini has a few surprises in store for potential customers. First and foremost, a dual-clutch transmission will enter the scene with smoother and quicker shifts. We also understand that a brand-new V12 is on the menu, different from the L539 developed by the Volkswagen Group specifically for the Aventador. Before it, all V12s used by Lamborghini were based on the 3.5-liter carbureted unit designed by Giotto Bizzarrini in the early ‘60s, following his walkout from Ferrari.

In true Lamborghini fashion, the all-new powerplant is a naturally-aspirated V12 that should sound absolutely fabulous despite the use of gasoline particulate filters in Europe. Speaking of all things Old Continent, the incredibly hard emission regulations forced Lamborghini’s engineers to develop a plug-in system. Whatever nameplate it will bear, remember that the Aventador’s replacement will have to pass Euro 7 regulations in 2025.

Read Article

2023 Lamborghini Aventador Successor Caught Wearing High Voltage Warning Stickers

About the Author