Spyshots: Lamborghini Jota

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As the Paris Auto Show is almost here, automotive producers from around the world are fighting for our attention, offering us previews of what they have prepared for the event.

One of the names that has certainly managed to reach the podium of the anticipation race in our minds is Lamborghini. The Italian supercar producer has released not one or two, but three teasers for the automotive Batman suit it will unveil in Paris.

Now, we have the real world (the Nurburgring is the definition of the real world for us) proof that Lambo is working hard to develop a successor for the epic Murcielago. The model is expected to make it to the Paris Auto Show.

Our team of spy machine gunners have caught the Lambatmobile (OK, it’s actually called Jota by unofficial sources) while it was performing a test session on the ‘Ring.

The car is wearing a complex black cape, so most of the details are hidden. However, we are able to see aggressive features, such as massive lateral air intakes and a complex bat wing at the back. The camouflage elements are actually larger than the vehicle itself.

The wave of rumors connected to the Jota that has hit the web indicates that the vehicle’s V12 powerplant will come with over 700 hp. This kind of power level alone is enough to make a car blow your mind, but when we consider that the vehicle will make extensive use of carbon fiber and aluminum, things go to the stratosphere of the automotive performance.

We’ll remind you that Lamborghini is reportedly working on two vehicles, with both of them expected to be unveiled tomorrow at a special dealer meeting in the company’s home town, Sant’Agata Bolognese.
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