A new Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, the replacement for the legendary Murcielago, is set to be unveiled in just a few weeks at the Geneva Motor Show, and in the lead up to its unveiling Lamborghini has released this teaser image of the car. One of the first automakers to build a mid-engine sportscar, has previously shown off the new pushrod suspension of the Aventador along with the brand new 700 horsepower (509lb-ft of torque) V12 engine from which the LP700-4 gains the main portion of its name, with the “-4” portion pertaining to the advanced all wheel drive system.
Now they have gone so far as to give us an image of the Aventador LP700-4, although it is heavily masked with the swirly vinyl that we have all become so familiar with but it still gives us a look at what is likely a production-form LP700-4.
A select group of customers were on hand to see the new bull-buster, and, based on what’s been seen, the Aventador looks to have taken a lot of its styling cues from the Lamborghini Reventon. How much of it is Revenston-inspired still remains to be seen.
The car will be unveiled in full detail at the Geneva Motor Show in just a few weeks on March 3, so unless Lamborghini chooses to release some more teaser shots of the Aventador in the near future, this is likely as much as we’ll see for now.