The first hybrid Lamborghini will be presented in FrankfurtFebruary 19, 2019
The first in the history of the Italian brand hybrid, which will receive an 850-hp installation, will debut in September 2019
The first serial Lamborghini sports car with a hybrid power plant will be presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2019, Motoring reports. Official confirmation of this information yet. At the moment, the novelty is known under the symbol LB48H.
It is not excluded that the car will go on sale under the name Unico. Total company will release 63 copies of the sports car. At the moment, they are all sold out. According to unofficial data, the price of the car was 2.5 million euros.
The design of the car will resemble the Terzo Millenio concept, which was introduced in November 2017. The supercar will get a clothed construction and carbon body. The hybrid powerplant will include a modernized 6.5-liter naturally-aspirated V12 engine rated at 800 hp, which will be paired with a 50-horsepower electric motor. Thus, the total output units will be 850 horsepower.
Another hybrid sports car Lamborghini will present in 2020. In the company’s model range, the car will be the successor to the Aventador. The structure of the power plant sportcar will include a V12 gasoline engine and an electric motor. The weight of the machine will increase by about 150–200 kg. On one electric vehicle can drive up to 50 kilometers.
Also in the plans of Lamborghini to present the crossover Urus with a hybrid power plant. All the technical characteristics of this machine are kept secret.
The first concept of a hybrid Lamborghini called Asterion was presented at the Paris Motor Show in October 2014. The car received three electric motors and a 5.2-liter V10 gasoline engine. The total power of the car was 300 horsepower.
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