The World’s Astonishment at the Unveiling of Lamborghini Invencible and Autentica

Invencible and Autentica are the last two Lamborghini models equipped with engines harnessed in the traditional V12 system.

Lamborghini Invencible Autentica anh 1Lamborghini has just launched two one-off models, which are Invencible (coupe) and Autentica (roadster). These are two models that mark the end of the V12 engine era of this brand system.

Lamborghini Invencible Autentica anh 2Lamborghini Invencible and Autentica were designed by Lamborghini Centro Stile. Although based on the Lamborghini Aventador, the Invencible and Autentica have all-carbon fiber bodywork and a personalized interior.

Lamborghini Invencible Autentica anh 3Lamborghini says these two one-off models are inspired by special models from the past, including the Sesto Elemento, Reventon and Veneno.

Lamborghini Invencible Autentica anh 4At the front, the Invencible and Autentica both have headlights with an arrow shape, and the nose is lowered and detached. The splitter and bonnet have a slight flaw that looks quite similar to the Essenza SCV12 racing car.

Lamborghini Invencible Autentica anh 5The rear end has a futuristic style with a trio of hexagonal LED taillights, a design still found in the mid-mounted Inconel exhaust system. The Lamborghini Invencible has a fixed rear wing similar to the Sesto Elemento model, while the Autentica has a dual orientation.

Lamborghini Invencible Autentica anh 6Stepping into the cockpit, it is not difficult to recognize the familiar layout of other Lamborghini V12s. However, these 2 one-off models have differences with hexagonal ventilation, new speed screen graphics and more carbon details. The car does not have a central entertainment screen.

Lamborghini Invencible Autentica anh 7In terms of power, Invencible and Autentica use the same 6.5L V12 engine, naturally aspirated. This engine block produces 769 horsepower and maximum torque of 720 Nm. Power is transmitted to 4 wheels through a 7-speed ISR gearbox. These two models still have the ability to steer the rear axle thanks to the Lamborghini Dynamic Steering system.

Lamborghini Invencible Autentica anh 9After Invencible and Autentica, other Lamborghini supercar models will use a V12 hybrid engine instead of the traditional V12. A Lamborghini representative said that the Aventador replacement model will be introduced in the next few weeks.

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