Lamborghini Reveals More Details About The 1,001bhp LB744 Aventador Successor

Italian
supercar
marque

Lamborghini
has
revealed
more
details
about
the
upcoming
1,001bhp
Aventador
successor
codenamed
LB7444.
The
new
V12
supercar
from
Lamborghini
is
said
to
be
just
a
few
weeks
from
its
big
reveal.

However,
before
that
big
day
arrives,
Lamborghini
has
continued
to
tantalize
the
public
with
details
about
the
successor
to
the
Aventador.
Last
week,
the
Italian
marque
had
revealed
that
the
new
supercar,
codenamed
LB744,
would
be
its
first
plug-in
hybrid
series
production
model.

lamborghini lb744

Now
in
its
second
teaser
about
its
upcoming
V12
flagship,
Lamborghini
has
revealed
that
the
LB744
features
an
aeronautics-inspired
monocoque
concept
made
entirely
of
carbon
fibre
dubbed
the
‘monofuselage’.

Alongside
the
new
carbon
fibre
monocoque
the
upcoming
LB744
sports
the
lightweight
material
in
its
front
structure.
Lamborghini
claims
the
LB744
is
the
first
supercar
to
be
‘fitted
with
a
100%
carbon
fiber
front
structure.’

Lamborghini
claims
that
the
LB744’s
monofuselage
is
10
per
cent
lighter
than
the
Aventador
chassis
while
the
new
carbon
fibre
front
frame
is
20
per
cent
lighter
than
its
predecessor’s
which
was
made
from
aluminium.

The
usage
of
carbon
fibre
for
the
monofuselage
of
the
LB744
means
that
the
upcoming
supercar
offers
25
per
cent
stiffer
torsional
rigidity
compared
to
the
Aventador.
The
usage
of
carbon
fibre
for
the
front
cones
also
means
that
the
new
LB744’s
front
end
offers
double
the
energy
absorption
capabilities
of
the
Aventador
Ultimae.

lamborghini lb744

Previously,
the
supercar
marque
from
Sant’Agata
Bolognese
based
had
revealed
details
about
the
LB744’s
V12
hybrid
powertrain.
The
upcoming
Lamborghini
LB744
uses
a
new
6.5-litre
V12
engine
and
3
electric
motors.

The
new
6.5-litre
engine
is
the
most
powerful
V12
produced
by
Lamborghini
and
revs
all
the
way
up
to
9,500rpm.
The
LB744’s
V12
engine
produces
814bhp
and
725Nm
of
peak
torque.

The
V12
is
helped
along
by
three
electric
motors

two
on
the
front
axle
and
one
on
the
rear
that
raise
the
power
output
to
a
ridiculous
1,001bhp.

For
packaging
purposes,
Lamborghini
has
rotated
the
V12
engine
by
180
degrees
so
that
the
new
8-speed
dual-clutch
automatic
gearbox
sits
behind
the
high-revving
powerplant.
Owners
will
be
able
to
drop
multiple
gears
in
one
go
with
the
new
gearbox
by
holding
down
the
left
paddle
shifter.

lamborghini lb744 monofuselage


Thoughts
About
The
Lamborghini
LB744

The
Lamborghini
LB744
will
be
the
first
series
production
hybrid
supercar
from
the
Italian
marque.
With
so
much
power
and
usage
of
carbon
fibre,
we
hope
the
LB744
has
a
design
that
matches
the
madness
of
its
powertrain
and
chassis.




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