Lamborghini is pretty excited about its new V12, and justifiably so. The outgoing Bizzarrini-designed engine it replaces has been on duty for nearly fifty years since the company's founding, and has powered everything from supercars to SUVs to F1 racers along the way.
The new clean-sheet design – which was just recently announced – is set to power the Murcielago's replacement, tipped to be named the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4. Along with it, Sant'Agata has also developed a new breed of gearbox, which is highlighted in the series of videos we've placed for your viewing pleasure after the jump. Check 'em out for a closer look at the beating heart of a new generation of Raging Bulls.