Originally Posted by Russk
Could it look like this or is this just a modified Aventador? Or part Sesto part Aventador?
I doubt it will look like that. I'm willing to bet a hefty sum that the headlights will be closer to that of the Urus and it will have some styling cues from the Aventador Jota. Also this was a really bad photoshop, I love how the Aventador paint is gloss and the Sesto's paint is matte so there's a definite line where they blended the two.
Originally Posted by FH12
Scissor doors, similar to Aventador's.
Highly doubt it, Lamborghini has said multiple times that scissor wing doors are reserved for their flagship models, aka. V12 cars. As the replacement is going to be a V10, scissor wing doors will not be on it.
Also, with respect to cylinder deactivation it all depends on how it works out with the Aventador. If it leads to problems, and too much maintenance, they will probably scrap it. It only saves a whopping 1mpg - it's alot when you consider Volkswagen/Audi Group needs to average a certain mpg across all their cars, but it may not be worth the cost of trimming the mpg from Lamborghini cars. Volkswagen/Audi may end up doing what Aston Martin did and make a micro economy car to compensate for Lamborghini.
Also for design cues Lamborghini likes to showcase the model generation in their shapes. The Aventador is the 6th flagship V12 so there are hexagons everywhere (mirrors, exhaust, vents, fuel filler door). For V10 models there has only been the Gallardo. Technically the Sesto Elemento is based off the same platform, and none have been delivered yet, but they may count it as the second gen V10. So the replacement will either count as the 2nd or 3rd generation V10. That means there will either be design cues in pairs, or there will be a lot of triangles. There will probably be a fair share of hexagons to show that it goes along with the Aventador, but it's something to consider.