Lamborghini LP700-4 details leaked online

Coming just a few days after CarAdvice's own CGI rendering, full technical details of Lamborghini's new supercar, said to be called the Aventador, have been leaked online.
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A dealer order guide has been uploaded, with no confirmation of the name, except for the code it will use - LP700-4.

Extensive use of carbon-fibre has seen the weight drop from the regular Murcielago's 1800kg to 1575kg; with a stripped out version a certainty to come later on, time will tell how light it can go.

As previously reported, the new engine will be a 6.5-litre V12, redesigned from the ground up, making 515kW@8250rpm and 690Nm@5500rpm. The new ISR (Independent Shifting Rods) gearbox will be a seven speed transmission which will shift in 50 milliseconds. A Haldex all-wheel-drive system will be utilised. Fuel consumption, if you're interested, is said to be 17.2 litres/100km.

Top speed will be 350km/h and it will sprint from 0-100km/h in just 2.9 seconds. Fairly quick, it must be said.

Keeping the car on the road will be 255/35-19s on the front and 335/30-20s on the rear. Slowing things down will be 400mm carbon-ceramic discs, clamped by six-piston calipers up front, and 380mm carbon-ceramic discs with four-piston calipers at the back.

The car will be available in matt black, matt white, or even a matt maroon/brown Lamborghini calls Marrone Apus. Other finishes include pearl-effect yellow, orange or even dark orange. Metallic and solid blacks can be done as well as a few shades of metallic grey. Conspicuously absent from the colour chart is green.

See above for the interior options.

An electronically controlled rear spoiler will feature, as well as electonically controlled side air intakes. A button will control three different driving modes, plus the car will include a seven-inch multimedia screen. iPod and USB interfaces are standard. And of course, rain-sensing wipers, auto bi-xenon headlights with LED daytime running lights, and a full TFT instrument panel will be included.

If sir so requires, Lamborghini will also offer a transparent engine cover as part of the car.

From what we've seen, this will live up to and exceed the infamous Murcielago's imposing figure as well as redefine its performance focus. 2011's reveal can't come quick enough.