Lamborghini Jota Superleggera prototype now showing adjustable side air intakes next to the engine bay. The Murcielago replacement will come with a direct-injection V12 producing around 700 hp powering a Haldex all-wheel drive system.

A couple of weeks ago we published the first spy photos of two Lamborghini Jota prototypes testing on the Nürburgring circuit. One was believed to be a Jota Superleggera prototype since it was fitted with a rear spoiler and our spy photographers reported that they had seen the Superleggera moniker on some of the car's equipment.

Now, we have more spy pics of what appears to be a Lamborghini Jota Superleggera prototype doing some additional testing. The Murcielago replacement is still heavily camouflaged but this time we can spot the adjustable air intakes on each side of the engine bay - a feature too of the current Murcielago.

From what we've learned before, the Jota will have both a lower ride height and weigh less than its predecessor thanks to its aluminum space-frame and carbon fiber body.

Under that rear bonnet will be a direct-injection V12 producing around 700 hp powering a Haldex all-wheel drive system. Look to the Estoque and Reventon for design clues.

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