After months of speculations, spy shots and rumors, Lamborghini finally unveiled the successor of the Murcielago, dubbed Aventador. Later on this year, the Italian automaker will launch the LP550-2 Spyder and in 2012 we’ll see the Roadster version of the Aventador, along with the production version of the awesome Sesto Elemento.
In 2013 they will launch the replacement of the Gallardo and in 2014 we’ll see the 4-door sedan (Estoque), along with the Gallardo replacement Spyder version. As far as 2015 is concerned, Lamborghini will launch the Aventador SV (SuperVeloce) and an Estoque convertible concept. One year later, we’ll see the coupe version of the LP 700-4 and the facelift of the roadster model.
Lamborghini plans to launch the convertible version of the Estoque in 2017, along with the Gallardo replacement Superleggera. One year later, Gallardo’s replacement will get a facelift. In 2019, the Aventador Jota will be launched. 2020 is going to be busy year for the Italian supercar maker as they will release the facelift versions of the Estoque sedan and convertible, along with an Estoque Coupe concept. Finally, in 2021, the Aventador will be replaced and the coupe version of the Estoque will be introduced.
The aforementioned Lamborghini Aventador SuperVeloce (SV) will be 150 kg lighter than the standard model as it will feature more carbon parts on the inside. In addition, the car will be 50 hp more powerful and will feature a big carbon fiber wing. They will only make 350 cars, all in 2015.
In 2016, the Aventador coupe and roadster will get a facelift and the SV power unit is going to be upgraded to the LP750-4 designation. Out in the back, the car will sport a new diffuser, a full-width mesh grill and updated tail lights. The front end will get wider grill openings as well as a new contour to the nose.
The most powerful version of the Aventador will go on sale in 2019. Dubbed LP850-4 Jota, it will benefit from carbon-silicate materials for the differential housings, gearbox cases, and some carbon fiber suspension pieces. It will be 250 kg lighter than the standard model, and 100 kg lighter than the aforementioned SV model, while at the same time offering 100 hp more than the facelift version of the standard model. Lamborghini will produce the Jota only in 2019 and they’ll make 50 units.
The replacement of the Gallardo will most likely be called Cabrera and will hit the market in 2013 as a coupe with a V10 engine that will produce 570 hp. A year later they’ll introduce the Spyder version. The car will be slightly bigger than the Gallardo and will be built on a multi-sectional, bonded carbon monocoque, which will be more affordable to produce as opposed to Aventador’s one-piece monocoque. The Spyder version will have the same powered folding fabric top as the Gallardo Spyder.
In 2017, Lamborghini will roll out the Cabrera Superleggera, but they will make only 250 units. It will be 150 kg less heavy than the standard model, thanks to its carbon fiber interior along with the implementation of other weight saving techniques. In addition, the output of the engine will be increased to 595 hp. Later on, the Cabrera will get a facelift, making the car ready for the second part of its production life, which will end around the year 2024.
The company’s very first 4-door sedan will debut in 2014 and it will have the same engine as the Cabrera. One year later, they’ll launch a 2-door / 4-seat concept version of the Estoque. The production model of the convertible will be available starting with 2016. In 2020 it will get a facelift and in that same period Lamborghini will launch a shortened Estoque, 2-door / 2+2 coupe concept car. In 2012, the production version of this model will be launched.
Source: ApexOversteer via TeamSpeed.com