Assembling an exotic supercar like a Lamborghini is a painstaking process, making sure every last bit fits just right. Most of the time, we don't see that process in such minute detail, but Lamborghini has made sure we get the full experience with its latest supercar.
Dubbed "Aventador LP 700-4" by the press in anticipation of its launch, the long-awaited replacement for the Murciélago is now officially confirmed for debut at the fast-approaching Geneva Motor Show next week.
Along the way, Sant'Agata has shown us the engine and gearbox, the suspension and the monocoque frame, not to mention the myriad spy shots of camouflaged test mules romping around. And now Lamborghini is showing us the full rolling chassis – sans bodywork or interior (save for one seat) but with just about everything else fitted – which it unveiled at an Audi TechDay event. We'll have to wait another week to see the full monte, but for now you can peruse through what we've got so far in the galleries below.