The first spy shots of the upcoming Lamborghini Aventador facelift have been captured as the car undergoes initial testing.

The photo was captured by Supercar Advocates in Sant’Agata Bolgnese, Italy and features a heavily camouflaged development version of the Aventador. While not much is known about the upcoming facelift to the Aventador, this spy photo gives us a slightly better indication of what we can expect.

Judging by the location of the camouflage pieces, we are likely to see brand new side skirts and front/rear fascias. The roof, doors, engine cover and windshield remain camouflage free. Although, considering this is a development car, it is possible that those areas could receive styling changes as well.

Thanks to Lee from Supercar Advocates for providing us with the spy photo!

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  1. I don’t get why people who see this unique cars being tested for the first time does not snap pics like there’s no tomorrow. One from the front and one from the back would be enough. From this you can not make out much at all.


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