2024 Lamborghini Aventador hybrid successor patent leaked

2024 Lamborghini Aventador hybrid successor patent leaked

Patent images of Lamborghini’s V12 hybrid-powered successor to the Aventador have appeared online, offering a closer look at the next-generation supercar.


pictures of The V12 hybrid successor to the Lamborghini Aventador have been leaked, with patent illustrations of the Italian firm’s new flagship supercar surfacing online.

In November 2022drive reported on Lamborghini’s hybrid Aventador replacement that was spotted during testing in Europe, and it now appears that the camouflaged prototype reflects a near-production-ready version of the supercar.

Submitted to Lamborghini’s World Intellectual Property Organization – first discovered on a motor website engine1 – The patent images show a radical, angular exterior that builds on certain elements of its Aventador predecessor.



The supercar’s front end features a series of sharp edges, highlighted by the large cooling ducts in the lower part of the front bumper beneath a pair of LED headlights.

An angular side profile directs air to the car’s sizeable radiator intakes behind the doors, while the taillight housing is noticeably slimmer than the Aventador, with a pair of hexagonal exhaust tips replacing its predecessor’s relatively plain two-outlet layout.

The patent filing doesn’t provide any new information about the supercar, but previous reports have suggested it could be called the Revuelto – a continuation of the company’s history of taking names from Spanish fighting bulls – as Lamborghini filed a trademark for the name in Europe earlier this year.



A set of electrical warning stickers on Lamborghini’s pre-production test vehicle indicates that the next generation of the flagship V12 supercar has been fitted with a hybrid system.

Inside, the digital dashboard displays a “V12” logo as well as a “Hybrid” driving mode that allows the Lamborghini to drive with a combination of petrol and electric engines.

Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann previously said the hybrid supercar’s V12 engine is all-new and not a holdover from the Aventador or its Murcielago predecessor.



In September 2022, Mr. Winkelmann predicted that the hybrid supercar is likely to surpass the 350 km/h top speed and 2.9-second 0 to 100 km/h time of the outgoing Aventador Ultimae – the last all-gasoline V12 car the company.

Lamborghini is set to launch its first electric car in 2028 – seven years before the company must comply with the European Union’s ban on launching new petrol and diesel cars.

Jordan Mulach

Jordan Mulach was born in Canberra/Ngunnawal and currently resides in Brisbane/Turrbal. Jordan joined the Drive team in 2022 and has previously worked for Auto Action, MotorsportM8, The Supercars Collective and TouringCarTimes, WhichCar, Wheels, Motor and Street Machine. A self-proclaimed iRacing addict, Jordan finds himself either behind the wheel of his Octavia RS or berating his ZH Fairlane over the weekend.

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