Lamborghini’s Hotly Anticipated Hybrid Supercar Will Feature This New Carbon-Fiber Chassis

First it was the powertrain, now it’s the chassis: Lamborghini is drip-feeding us details about its next-gen hybrid that is set to debut in full at the end of this month.

The Raging Bull just released the first official details about the new “monofuselage” that will form the body of the hotly anticipated flagship. It comes just one week after the marque unveiled the hybridized V-12 powertrain that will be the beating heart of the Aventador’s successor.


The supercar, which is currently being referred to as the LB744, will be equipped with a new aeronautics-inspired chassis made entirely from carbon fiber. Lamborghini says the monofuselage is 10 percent lighter than the Aventador chassis and 25 percent more torsionally stiff. As such, it represents a significant step forward in terms of driving dynamics.

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