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The Vector M12, produced from 1995-1999, was based on the Lamborghini Diablo and used most of its mechanical components as well as its V12 engine. Megatech owned Lamborghini at that time and decided to reuse parts to produce the car in higher volumes at a lower cost. What if a modern version was made based on the Lamborghini Aventador? Meet the NEO Vector 2020 by automotive designer Giulio Partisani. Read more for additional pictures and information, along with a bonus video.
The NEO Vector 2020 also retains many of the Aventador components, both exterior and mechanical. It retains the cabin shape and wing mirror position, but adds sharp headlights, a gaping wide front grille, air intakes, large air vents in the hood, revamped side windows, air intakes behind the doors, glass sunroof as well as a small NACA duct for engine cooling.
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Vector’s M12 had a centrally mounted engine in front of the gearbox rather than behind it as in the Lamborghini. Power came from a Lamborghini-sourced 5.7L V12 engine generating 492 hp at 5,200 rpm and 425 lb⋅ft of torque at 4,900 rpm.