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Lamborghini plans to release its first fully electric car before 2030 

Lamborghini stands in its lineup for lack of EVs or maybe hybrids from different Supercar manufacturers, however the Italian automaker has finally unveiled its electrification plans. 

The roadmap of the Direzione Cor Tauri will pave the way for the first Lamborghini hybrid car to be produced by 2023, with complete electric throughout the range in the second half of the decade.

Technically, Lamborghini has already produced a hybrid Supercar in the form of the 6.5-liter, 819 HP V12 Sian, however, it became a limited edition series with only 63 cars and a $3.7 million price tag. 

The electrification on that model is also tons lighter, with the 785 HP V12 engine connected to a 34 HP electric powered motor for a few additional off-the-line grunts. It also uses a supercomputer instead of a lithium battery pack.


The first genuine production hybrid car will arrive in 2023 and Lamborghini will have hybrid versions of its whole lineup by 2024, which includes Huracan, Aventador and Urus

The organization is spending $ 1.8 billion in transitions for hybrids, the biggest in its history. Promising a “genuine Lamborghini driving experience”. It did not provide an explanation for what form the hybrids might take, however Lamborghini aims to lessen CO2 emissions by 50% by the beginning of 2025.

In the final levels of planning, Lamborghini will introduce its first electric powered car as a new, fourth model coming in the “2d half of the decade”. It promised that the car could not be a sideshow to its major vehicles, but “remarkable performance… Could place the brand new product on the top of its segment.”

Lamborghini has dubbed the first EV with the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio Concept (TOP), created in collaboration with MIT. And while Porsche unveiled its SPE platform for electric sports activities cars, it said that it can be utilized by Lamborghini and its parent Audi.

In any case, Lamborghini’s first EV continues to be at least 4 to 5 years away. Meanwhile, the company plans to “celebrate the combustion engine” with  new V12 models to be introduced in 2021 “which pay tribute to the glorious records of the brand”.

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