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But does this hybrid system make me look fat?

It's official, Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali confirmed to Top Gear magazine that the next-generation Aventador and Huracán will get plug-in hybrid powertrains. Autocar reported last October that the next Huracán would get "next-generation" batteries to aid its naturally aspirated V10 when it debuts around 2022. The fate of the Aventador S's successor, however, was unclear beyond the certainty of it featuring a mid-mounted V12. Now we know it will get a naturally aspirated V12

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The Lamborghini Aventador's successor could get a battery-assisted powertrain, but weight remains an issue.

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It weighs just 110 pounds more than the coupe

The power and top speed are identical.

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There's more power than before, but it's the tweaks that make all the difference.

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Four-wheel steering, a new look, and a 740-hp V12. All yours for $421K.

Want a 740-horsepower Lamborghini Aventador but don't need the SV's madness? The new S model is the ticket.