A successor to the Lamborghini Aventador may receive a plug-in hybrid engineApril 16, 2019
According to rumors, the long-awaited Italian news will have a powerful plug-in hybrid powerplant of 1100 hp, which will consist of atmospheric V12 and three electric motors. It is expected that the presentation of the car will be held in 2022.
By 2019, the main players in the supercar market, such as the German Porsche, the Italian Ferrari and the British McLaren, have already presented their powerful hybrid models. Lamborghini company at the moment the only sports brand that “clings” to its petrol engines V10 and V12 and does it damn well. The guys were able to maintain the relevance of their models in the current era of the popularization of electric vehicles and hybrid models. ABOUT
However, we know that pervasive electrification is finally getting to Sant’Agata-Bolognese – the main headquarters of the Italian company is located there.
We have heard a lot of rumors about what will happen in the end with Lamborghini models and in particular the receiver of the Aventador model. This time, another piece of rumors comes from the foreign edition of Car. It is reported that Lamborghini will strive to create a plug-in hybrid that combines the electrical power for the front end and the iconic aspirated V12 gasoline at the back. This confirms the rumors that we heard earlier, but the journalists say they spoke directly to the bosses of Lamborghini, to find out that the third electric motor will also work for the rear. He will join the dual-clutch transmission and a modified version of the V12. Batteries will be located in the center of the car to control overall weight and balance.
The report mentions a preliminary figure of 400 hp. only from electric motors. Even if the current 6.5-liter V12 will be transferred from the Aventador model without changes, the total power of the new model will be more than 1100 hp
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