Just when we were about to say we'll see nothing new about the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 before the Geneva Auto Show (and aside for the images already shown this past week), somebody from the auto maker's PR department succeeds in proving us wrong.
So far, without revealing the model per se, Lamborghini managed to show us both the front end and the side view of its newest creation. Until now, however, we had no photo of the interior. That problem has been solved today, with the release of the first photo showing the interior, accompanied by a mugshot of the engine and a detailed look at the door.
As we repeatedly and obsessively told you the past few months, the new Lambo on the block will come packing a 6.5l V12 engine, capable of developing 700 horsepower and 690 Nm of torque. The engine and all its power is kept at bay with the help of a Graziano ISR 7-speed automatic transmission.
Being a pure-breed Lamborghini, the Aventador LP700-4 comes equipped with everything that makes a hyper car great. Words like Haldex all-wheel drive system aluminum double wishbone suspension, or carbon ceramic brakes fit the model as a well crafted glove.
And so do the performance figures: the model is capable of a naught to sixty acceleration in only 2.9 seconds, with the top speed going to as much as 217 mph (350 Km/h).