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Lamborghini's Next Hypercar Could Look Like This

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All will be revealed at Frankfurt next month.

After debuting the limited-edition Aventador SVJ 63 And Huracan Evo GT Celebration at Pebble Beach this summer, Lamborghini has something special planned for this year's Frankfurt Auto Show, which kicks off in just a few weeks.

Just last week, the Bolognese supercar manufacturer released a teaser of the mystery model, which is likely to be the automaker's long-rumored hybrid hypercar. Accompanying the teaser image was a mysterious caption: "Something new is on the way. Can't wait to see it? Just open your eyes to the future." Color us intrigued.

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The teaser wasn't very revealing, but this hasn't stopped Carlifestyle from predicting what Lamborghini's new model will look like in a design rendering. Carlifestyle's rendered hypercar mixes styling cues from the Terzo Millennio Concept unveiled back in 2017 and the Aventador to create a very striking-looking hypercar we would love to see enter production.

Reports have suggested Lamborghini's new hybrid hypercar will be called the Unico. Production will reportedly be limited to just 63 units, each costing around $2.5 million. Lamborghini's first hybrid hypercar is expected to be based on the Aventador, meaning it will retain its 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 tuned to produce 789 hp, while an electric motor will add an additional 49 hp bringing the total to around 838 hp.

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Alas, we still don't know for sure what Lamborghini is planning to reveal at Frankfurt. It could be a new limited-edition production model, or possibly a concept car previewing the next Aventador. But we'll find out soon enough.

Speaking of which, the Aventador's replacement isn't expected to arrive until around 2024. There's a possibility that Lamborghini's next flagship supercar could drop its signature V12 engine in favor of a Porsche-developed hybrid V8 to reduce the costs required to meet new strict emissions regulations, but Lamborghini is fighting to keep the V12 alive.

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