2017 Lamborghini Aventador Facelift Spotted In Nurburgring

Posted: Oct 6 2016, 8:39am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


2017 Lamborghini Aventador Facelift Spotted in Nurburgring

Spy shots reveal that the Lamborghini is getting an aggressive makeover.

The Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 has proven to be an extraordinary successful car for the company. It broke many sales records in the past few months. The company is looking for more sales by introducing the car in a much stronger and bold look.

They are opting for an even aggressive look with the new Lamborghini Aventador. The car already has a V12 engine which makes it immensely strong however a new facelift has given it a greater look that has made it cooler. 

A few photographers captured a number of shots recently of a Lamborghini Aventador while it was being driven on the roads at Nurburging. The vehicle that was captured in the shots looked like a toned down version of Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV. 

If we look at the details of the car, the front of the prototype has small sized air takes that are present on the either sides of the grille. The grille is at a much angular design as compared to the previous look, according to AutoBlog.

The prototype that was spied on however has the overall shape that matches exactly to the current model except a few changes. 

If we look at the changes, it can be seen that the rear changes are more dramatic in nature. The rear wing is of the same shape and size but the rear vents are smaller and rectangular in shape. The diffuser that is seen protruding out of the car’s rear end is pretty much closer to the one that is present in SV.

The exhaust outlet seen on the prototype is different from the current version too. It is of triangular shape with a three pipe design. Rumor has it that it will be a V12, 6.5 liter car with an output of 691bhp.

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