The successor of the Lamborghini Aventador may be delayed until 2024

In the network appeared rumors that the company Lamborghini had some difficulties with the development of the supercar, positioned the successor model of the Aventador. Recall that the latter debuted back in 2011, but in two thousand the sixteenth was presented an updated version of the S.

According to the publication Automobile Magazine, the original release of the successor of the Aventador with a hybrid power plant based on the existing V12 engine was planned by Volkswagen for the year 2020, but later the release date was postponed to 2021-yy, and then in 2022-Oh.

Преемник Lamborghini Aventador может задержаться до 2024 года


This is now the same journalists claim that the new product does appear on sale not earlier than two thousands twenty-fourth year. The reason for the postponement lies in the fact that the company is Audi, which controls the development of Lamborghini models, do not hurry to invest money in upgrading a 6.5-liter V12, which is equipped with the current Aventador.

Anyway, the Germans are planning to use a hybrid installation of new items coming eight-cylinder engine. Probably means the 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8, which is equipped with the Lamborghini Urus and some other VW model.

Преемник Lamborghini Aventador может задержаться до 2024 года


Meanwhile, representatives of the German company estimated that the release of the next generations of the Aventador and Huracan on a carbon chassis with the preservation of the V12 engine will cost about $ 900 million. In a Lamborghini do not agree and believe that can meet the $450 million, of which 55 million will be required for the adaptation of the V12 engine under modern eco-standards.

In turn, journalists claim that in connection with the current situation of the Italian brand can re-upgrade the existing version of the Aventador and Huracan, extending the performance life-cycle for another four years.
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