We doubt few would complain.
Lamborghini lifted the wraps off the new limited-edition Aventador SVJ 63 at Monterey Car Week, but we're still waiting for the next-generation version to arrive as the current Aventador has been on sale since 2011 before the Aventador S mid-cycle update launched in 2017.
Originally slated to debut in 2020, the new Lamborghini Aventador has reportedly been delayed until 2024, so we're going to have a long wait for its replacement to arrive. To ease the wait, TheSketchMonkey has designed a render to give us a taste of what the next generation of Lamborghini's flagship supercar could look like when it eventually enters production.
While we haven't seen any prototypes of the new Lamborghini Aventador, TheSketchMonkey explains in a detailed video how the design of their hypothetical Aventador replacement is inspired by recent concepts like the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio, albeit toned down for production, while retaining Lamborghini's modern design DNA. As the designer notes, every recent Lamborghini model features design lines inspired by the Countach, and the next Aventador isn't likely to change this.
As a result, the rendered supercar adopts an evolutionary design that looks cleaner and less angular than the striking Terzo Millennio concept and takes cues from the Gallardo and the Murcielago. Being Lamborghini's flagship model, we would expect the new Aventador to look more aggressive, but it's still fascinating to watch the design process evolve from simple sketches to a finished render.
There's still a lot of mystery surrounding the next-generation Lamborghini Aventador. Reports have claimed Lamborghini's flagship supercar may lose its signature V12 due to the extortionate costs required to meet the upcoming EU7 emissions standards. Lamborghini is fighting to keep the V12 alive, but Audi wants to replace it with a hybrid V8 powertrain being developed by Porsche. It could also drop the Aventador name altogether for a new name "inspired by the bullish world of Lamborghini folklore." If it does keep its V12, the next-generation hybrid Aventador could potentially generate over 1,000 horsepower.