Lamborghini Hybrid Supercar Spied
This is reportedly an actual production prototype of the upcoming supercar

The upcoming hybrid supercar from Lamborghini has been spied overseas

As 2021 comes to a close, fresh images of the recently spied Lamborghini hybrid supercar have made their way onto the internet.

Likely to be the direct replacement to the Aventador, this heavily camouflaged supercar features the Italian brand’s wedge-shaped design language.

But, it is not the Aventador, that is for sure. It has very slim headlights and when viewed from the sides, the car’s nose and windscreen share a continuous line.

Side Profile
Look at how low the car is!

It has air intakes behind the doors and the letter box-style windows, rides on multi-spoke alloy wheels and at the back, there are twin high-set exhausts.

This should enable the upcoming Lamborghini hybrid supercar, spied recently, to feature a very prominent diffuser that would in turn enable it to have high levels of downforce.

Like its predecessors, the supercar should also come with scissor doors and a V12 heart. Yup, although Lamborghini had said the Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae will be its last naturally-aspirated V12 production model, the carmaker will fit a new V12 motor smack in the middle of its all-new supercar.

2023 Lamborghini Hybrid Supercar Spied
In traditional Lambo fashion, this should be a brute of a machine

To be assisted by a plug-in hybrid system and not use super capacitor like the new Countach, the successor to the new car should usurp the Aventador when it comes to performance figures.

Expected to debut in 2023, the supercar should feature the latest tech in the cabin that can seat 2 adults and will kick-off the brand’s electrification journey in full earnest.

Lamborghini Hybrid Supercar Spied Rear
Those exhausts are placed well to shoot flames