Lamborghini has set its product plan for the next ten years. It’s no surprise that the iconic supercar maker is finally turning to plug-in hybrids and eventually electric cars.
Lamborghini will move to plug-in hybrid models with the launch of the first series-production hybrid supercar in 2023. In addition to the supercar lineup, the Urus SUV will also get an additional hybrid drive.
Lamborghini’s first fully electric two-door GT GT will arrive before the end of this decade, marking the beginning of a new chapter in the brand’s story.
However, they are not ready to ditch the V10s and V12s just yet.
The supercar maker will launch two new cars in 2021. “This phase will be marked by the development of combustion engines for versions that cherish the glorious history of the brand and its iconic products past and present.”
We think we might have a good idea of what the store has in store – first, there Loyalty Kontach Which will be a tribute to the famous supercar from the 70s. Finally, we can expect to seeAventador FinalBy the end of this year.