Italian supercar maker Lamborghini has applied for a patent which in turn has revealed the name the facelifted Aventador when it does finally make its expected debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
The patent filed with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) protects "Aventador S," a name that will likely be used on the refreshed flagship Lamborghini.
Powering the new Aventador S will be a revise version of the 6.5-litre naturally aspirated V12 that will sit between the Aventador's 700bhp and the manic SV's 740bhp figure.
The upcoming Aventador S could also mean the end of the naturally aspirated Lambos, what with the Volkswagen group (the ultimate owners of Lamborghini).
Expect to see more extreme body panels from the SV with the added aero on offer thanks to the revised front and rear ends which allow the cars to press onto the ground while speeding through a corner.
The Aventador was first introduced in 2011 when Lamborghini finally decided to put the 11-year-old Murcielago to rest.
Last year, Lamborghini introduced the mental SuperVeloce variant of the Aventador which lapped the Nurburgring in just under 7 minutes, the first Lamborghini to do so.