Lamborghini Unveils Aventador... V12 Rolling Chassis

Lamborghini sure likes to squeeze every bit of public attention before releasing the Aventador, an event scheduled to take place at the upcoming Geneva Auto Show.

First, the Raging Bull introduced the new engine and gearbox that will be used by the vehicle. Then, mortals were allowed to see the car’s connection to the road, the first pushrod suspension in a Lamborghini series production vehicle. Subsequently, we were invited to meet the Aventador’s all-carbon fiber monocoque.

So let’s get to the point. Lambo is now continuing this game, introducing the car’s rolling chassis. Basically, we get all the previously-introduced bits and some extra cheese.

This time, the Italian company chose to only give us the adjacent image - we didn’t receive any new info. This is all that Lambo had to say on its website: "At a TechDay event in collaboration with Audi, Automobili Lamborghini unveils the rolling chassis of its new V12 to be launched at Geneva motor show on 1st March.

Before we end this, we have to remind you that Lambo’s wicked game also includes a set of official spyshots of the Aventador. However, the vehicle’s specs have reached the web via an unofficial source. You can see what the car will be capable of by following this link.

autoevolution will be attending the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, so stay tuned for some real up close and personal shots of the vehicles, as well as first-hand details of the motorized contraptions presented at the event.
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