Now, the soon-to-be-departed CEO of Lamborghini, Stephan Winkelmann, to get a few juicy new tidbits about the upcoming hypercar.
When asked if the supercar, which will celebrate the 100th anniversary of founder Ferruccio Lamborghini, will be based on a unique platform, , "it won't be unique. To do 20 cars we will always use the platform of one of our existing cars. But in terms of design, in terms of performance and in terms of innovation it will be a completely different car."
Asked to clarify on the platform, he added, "usually when we go into the very limited car numbers we pick the Aventador as the base."
Past rumors have held that the unnamed hypercar would be based on the Aventador LP750-4, with up to 800 horsepower and performance numbers to beat all previous Lamborghinis. It would also, allegedly, have a seven-figure price tag. But it probably won't be turbocharged, or hybrid: As Winkelmann told us back in November, "for the sports cars today, we tend to say there is no engine better than a naturally aspirated."