The upcoming Lamborghini Murcielago replacement, dubbed the Jota, has been spied again. This time it was testing in hot southern European conditions.
It appears the Lamborghini Murcielago gets replaced by a car speculated to go by the name Jota. These latest spy pictures of the upcoming super car, taken in the warm south of Europe, show pretty much every major angle. Not too long ago the car was spied testing under deep winter conditions at the Arctic circle.
Visible details include big side air intakes and aerodynamic parts on the doors. Overall the Jota appears to sit lower than the Murcielago, and will presumably weighs less too, thanks to the use aluminium and carbon fibre. Styling inspiration is being provided by the Estoque concept and Reventon.
What will not change is the number of cylinders boasted by the engine. Suggestions point to a direct injection V12 possibly hosting around 700 horses in its bowels. Drive should be through all four wheels using the Haldex AWD system.