Lamborghini reported that the Aventador successor will receive a hybrid with the V12 engineJuly 16, 2018
The Italian premium brand officially announced its intention to electrify its models. And the receiver Lamborghini Aventador, Huracan and Urus will receive hybrid systems with the possibility of recharging from the electrical network.
In an interview with Auto Express at the Festival of Speed in Goodwood, the CEO of Lamborghini Stefano Domenicali announced that the company is already working on the future flagship – the Aventador successor. Earlier there were only rumors that the manufacturer intends to use hybrid plants, but now it was officially confirmed that the future novelty will get the usual V12 engine, but will work in tandem with an electric motor.
Stefano also added that the use of hybrid systems will help the company’s models gain an additional advantage over competitors. The use of a large motor, with additional power and torque of the electric motor, will give Lamborghini sports cars to competitors (in all likelihood we are talking about Ferrari). In addition, it became known that the future version of Huracan will also receive a hybrid installation with an internal combustion engine V10 and an electric motor.
Electrification will not pass by the SUV Lamborghini Urus. Hybrid modification SUV will appear already by 2020, and probably will receive the power unit from Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid. Thus, under the hood it will be possible to see a four-liter V8 bi-turbo motor working in tandem with an electric motor, with a total power of up to 670 horsepower and 850 Nm of torque.
It is also possible that the Urus SUV will not be the first hybrid of the company. In the network there were rumors that Lamborghini held a series of closed presentations, within which was demonstrated a hybrid hypercar built on the basis of the concept Pasterion. It is assumed that the car will be released in a strictly limited edition of 67 units, and its value will exceed the mark of 2.5 million dollars. But so far there is no official confirmation.