During the live broadcast of the electrification program, the brand revealed a teaser for an all-electric Lamborghini. Vague silhouettes have also emerged for what might be the replacement for the Huracan and Aventador.
Lamborghini announces plans to halve CO.2 emissions by early 2025 by hybridizing three of its models: the Huracan, Aventador and the Urus SUV. To achieve this goal, the company will introduce the first production hybrid in 2023. The novelty will be released in a limited edition in two versions: 19 roadsters and 63 coupes.
Over the next four years, the concern will invest over 1.5 billion euros to electrify its product portfolio. Some of the funds will go towards developing carbon fiber technology to offset the weight loss caused by additional equipment associated with the hybrid. By the end of 2024, all three models will have some sort of electrical assistance.
In the second half of the decade, the lineup will grow. It will include the fourth model, from which the internal combustion engine will completely disappear.
Lamborghini officially confirms that the pure electric vehicle will hit the market today after 2025. The company has not disclosed whether it will be a 2-door sports car or a more practical offering in the same vein as an SUV.
The Italian brand promises to make performance its “absolute priority” with the addition of hybrids and an all-electric model. Before that happens, a couple of V12-powered supercars will be announced later this year. Lamborghini says it will celebrate ICEs in 2021 and 2022 by unveiling vehicles that date back to “the company’s glorious history and iconic products from the past and present.”