- Lamborghini will be keeping the combustion engine vehicles alive beyond 2030.
- The team is working on hybridizing the supercar and might offer an internal combustion engine.
- The first fully-electric Lamborghini model might release by the end of the decade.
Lamborghini, the supercar by Volkswagen, is looking to keep combustion engine vehicles running beyond the end of the decade. This was also confirmed by the Chief Executive of Volkswagen, Stephan Winkelmann.
Lamborghini is working on hybridization and might explore the possibility to offer vehicles with an internal combustion engine beyond 2030. This is to keep combustion engine vehicles alive via synthetic fuels.
Supercars stepping into the EV market
Lamborghini has planned to launch the first fully electric model at the end of this decade. Not just Lamborghini, but the rival supercar brands like Aston Martin, McLaren, and Ferrari to shift towards battery-powered models.
The companies are working on shifting to the EVs market where the battery-powered engine will not lose the high-performance, which supports the premium pricing.
First fully electrical vehicle by Lamborghini
The Lamborghini’s first fully EV model will sport a four-seater coupé sport utility (SUV), with a nod to the tradition of grand tourers (GT). The same was confirmed by the company. Lamborghini will make the entire line-up of Huracan & Aventador sports cars, and the Urus SUV model into hybrid cars in the next two or three years.
Although, this roadmap will put Lamborghini behind its rival company Ferrari, as the company has already rolled out three hybrid models and has promised to have a battery-electric car by 2025.
The Chief Executive, Stephan Winkelmann stated that the volumes for this year were expected to be in line with those of last year. company shipped 8,405 cars and this is already fulfilling their goals of planned production.