The Lamborghini LB744 is based on an entirely new aeronautics-inspired chassis, the ‘monofuselage’, made from multi-technology carbon fiber, complete with a front structure in Forged Composites. the latter is a special material made of short carbon fibers soaked in resin, which was patented and used by Lamborghini in its first structural applications as far back as 2008.
Just how light is the LB744 monofuselage? It’s approximately 10% lighter than the Aventador chassis, while the front frame is 20% lighter than its aluminum predecessor. Plus, its torsional stiffness has also improved by 40,000 Nm/°, or +25% compared to the Aventador. As for the rear chassis, it’s crafted from high-strength aluminum alloys and boasts two important hollow castings in the dome area. This rear dome area integrates the rear suspension’s shock towers and powertrain suspension into a single component with a closed inertia profile for increased rigidity as well as a reduction in welding lines.
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The LB744 represents a new ‘year zero’ in relation to the use of carbon fiber in car production, summed up in the acronym AIM (Automation, Integration, Modularity). ‘Automation’ refers to the introduction of automated and digitalized processes into material transformation, while preserving traditional Lamborghini manufacturing, such as in the discipline of composites,” said the automaker.