The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ 63 Roadster and Huracán EVO GT Celebration have been unwrapped at Monterey Car Week, but that’s apparently not all the Italian automaker has. There’s still another big thing being saved for the Frankfurt Motor Show.
This new, mysterious car was teased in a tweet, showing the shape of its double bubble roof. It also sports angular LED daytime running lights resembling those found on the Terzo Millennio electric concept revealed in 2017.
Other than the LED DRL, the similarity between the two cars is noticeable since both have a low ground clearance, a similar roof shape and almost upright front fenders. Nevertheless, it’s clear that this vehicle Lamborghini teased isn’t the futuristic concept we saw a few years ago, this is a whole different thing. You can see it has angle-down inner LED lights, not flat like the ones on the Terzo Millennio.
Of course, Lamborghini won’t drop any detail about the mysterious machine. The automaker just said that “Something new is waiting for you. Open your eyes to the future and you’ll see it.” Yes, apparently we’ll have to wait until things come into the light.
Previously, reports have suggested that there could be a Terzo Millennio-inspired hypercar coming as a limited edition model, and it’s possible that the teased Lambo is the car those reports were talking about, but it could be something else. Who knows?
According to reports, the model is codenamed the LB48H and will pack a V12 engine paired to a hybrid system. It’s still unconfirmed, but rumor has it that the Aventador replacement could feature a naturally aspirated V12 engine coupled with a plug-in hybrid system consisting of three electric motors, which should give the car around 1,000 horsepower.