The successor for the Lamborghini Murcielago has been called many things, but after trademarking a name in the U.S., it seems Lamborghini may have settled for the Aventador. Call it whatever you want, we’re calling it stunning, and this latest rendering of the supercar backs up that statement wholeheartedly.

Using a few spy shots scooped up earlier, this latest creative genius has put together a detailed and beautifully sculpted rendering of the future Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4. You’ll notice that the photo has the monstrous Reventon-styled front end along with similar air intakes sitting just a bit higher than its brethren. What you won’t see in this image is the dramatic weight decrease provided by the carbon fiber monocoque chassis. This Jenny Craig adjustment leaves the Aventador about 500lbs lighter than its Murcielago predecessor.

The supercar even backs up its beauty with a phenomenal engine and astounding performance. It is powered by a 6.5L V12 engine producing 700hp and 479lb-ft of torque. The 0-60mph sprint is made in 2.9 seconds and top speed lands right on the 217mph mark. This engine is mated to a “Lamborghini ISR” – the ISR stands for Independent Shifting Rod - seven-speed single clutch automated manual gearbox.

Overall, the Lamborghini Aventador is like meeting the most beautiful girl of your dreams and then realizing that she has a great personality too. Hard to find, but present in the Aventador.


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  (334) posted on 06.1.2011

This is definitely the real definition of sportiness! This production has already been modified and the figure performance is quite impressive.

  (599) posted on 06.1.2011

I think its kind of powerful just like a traditional model Lamborghini. If I have the money I would consider to have one of this car. BTW, I wonder if the price of this car would be similar with the pricing of production version.

  (580) posted on 05.31.2011

Why don’t you research it on Lamborghini’s website to find out if there were reviews posted? Or check it on other website as well.

  (579) posted on 05.31.2011

I’ve been checking out your comments and found out that this is one of the best made Lamborghini to date. Oh well, we are willing to wait until it comes out to the public. Hope there’ll be spy photos and videos when they tested this one.

  (1211) posted on 05.3.2011

If you could hear the news, this car is already sold out and I bet the Murcielago as the predecessor of this car would be proud to hear it.

  (359) posted on 03.18.2011

As the successor of Murcielago, I think there’s a lot of expectation on the Aventador. And i think the engineers behind it make a worth it effort! 0-60mph sprint in 2.9 seconds is quiet and impressive figure. i think Murcielago never reach that figuresmiley

  (345) posted on 03.14.2011

Every Lambo after the original alphanumeric designations, save for the Countach, refers to bullfighting, either a region, weapon or a individual name or breed of bull.

  (216) posted on 12.21.2010

maybe but hopefully they show more details about its performance and pricing.

  (765) posted on 12.21.2010

maybe this is the collaboration of Gallardo, Murciallago and Reventon. but it looks amazing and a great collection.

  (613) posted on 12.19.2010

agree. it looks aggressive and almost the same as the reventon, plus it looks better than the reventon due to the vector design.

  (779) posted on 12.19.2010

I like it, It looks like they blended a LP670 SV with a Reventon. Lets hope it shows better numbers in performance overall. Lamborghini is falling deep behind Porsche, Mclaren and Ferrari when it comes to technology and efficiency.

  (543) posted on 12.17.2010

now that’s what we are going to wait, they haven’t release the full reviews about it.. like me I’m also waiting for the final release of the performance of this baby.

  (347) posted on 12.17.2010

I agree with you, Jared! It looks like they blended a LP670 SV with a Reventon. I hope it will show an overall good performance. I like it! Lamborghini has changed some details but the details makes a difference. I like it!.

  (340) posted on 12.16.2010

Every Lambo after the original alphanumeric designations, save for the Countach, refers to bullfighting, either a region, weapon or a individual name or breed of bull.

  (73) posted on 12.16.2010

Anything in white gray and black looks cool because it is easier for the creator to balance the elements. When you see the same thing in color, if the creator doesn’t have taste in balancing the colors you can see it instantly. And this balance makes the difference from the talented/pro to the rookie/amateur.

  (39) posted on 12.16.2010

This looks good due the angle of the render. Aside of that, just another Lamborghini... all look the same if you ask me... and all fit easily under a truck smiley

  (461) posted on 12.15.2010

Impressive, a gallardo touched by the reveton...i hope this baby can make into production line. I really wanted to see this baby in life even on prototype would be great.

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