Lamborghini Jota Specs Leaked

Lamborghini has been one of the most present company in headlines prior to the Paris Auto Show, as the company was expected to bring the Murcielago’s replacement to the event. The company took advantage of this and released no less than five teaser for a creation that was to be brought to the show. However, the teasers proved to be related to the Sesto Elemento Concept, a machine that is mind-blowing, but has nothing to do with the Murcielago’s successor.

However, the future Lambo V12, which uses the Jotta unofficial name, is now back in the news, as a member of the FerrariChat forums claims to have attended a special pre-release presentation of the car that is said to have taken place in Singapore.

It seems like the next Raging Bull will come with a 6.5 liter V12 that will offer no less that 700 hp and a peak torque of 680 Nm. The driver will be able to push the powerplant all the way up to 8,250 rpm. The engine will be mated to a seven-speed single clutch gearbox that will deal with the gear-shifting process in as little as 50 ms.

And it gets better: as you know, Lamborghini has recently converted itself to the carbon fiber religion and the upcoming hypercar will be born under this sign. To be more precise, the car will use a carbon fiber monocoque chassis. This means that it will be some 229 kg lighter than the Murcielago and will come with a whopping 70 percent increase in rigidity.

All this should translate into mind-blowing performance. We’re talking about a 2.9 second time for the 0 to 62 mph sprint and a top speed of 350 km/h (217 mph).

The new Lambo V12 is reportedly going to make its world debut at next year’s Geneva Auto Show.
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