Call it the Aventador, call it the Jota, just don't call it late for the quarter-mile. The official specs and ordering guide to Lamborghini's LP700-4 have leaked via Teamspeed. Fast, colorful and lots of options. Lambo city.
Lamborghini marked the end of Murciélago production at a ceremony today, touting the 4,099 copies built since 2001. It also hinted at the replacement due next year, which if the rumors are correct will crank 700 hp. Photo: Lamborghini
According to a self-identified participant in a Lamborghini preview, the upcoming LP700-4 is the Murcielago replacement we've been calling Jota. It'll offer a 700-hp V12, a carbon-fiber body, sub-3.0-second 0-to-62 mph time, and hit 217 mph.
Whether it's the Murcielago-replacing Lamborghini Jota, or the Lambo-that-isn't-Jota-as-it-only-has-ten-cylinders, this third teaser image belongs to one of two Paris Motor Show Lamborghini unveils and gives us our first glimpse of the devilish black-and-red-themed carbon fibergasmic interior.
The Lamborghini Jota's over-the-top design will redefine what "supercar" means, as shown in this teaser. But Lamborghini's got another mission: no more fatties. They say top speed's irrelevant and will focus on handling and weight reduction through more carbon fiber.
This is the first glimpse of what's rumored to be the Murciélago-replacing, 700-hp Lamborghini Jota, set for a debut at the Paris Motor Show. Angular.
These days, when a new car's more powerful than the one it replaces, the advantage is usually limited by an increase in weight. Not the Lamborghini Jota, the bull-headed brand's Murciélago replacement. It should be lighter and make 700 HP.
Despite the Finciapocalypse, it appears that Lamborghini is feverishly working on a replacement for the $313,000 Murcielago supercar. Tentatively named the Lamborghini Jota, don’t expect it to look like the test mule captured here — when released, the car will likely sport entirely new bodywork. Early indications are…