The first Lamborghini electric car can be released in 2025October 8, 2019
Most likely, the novelty will be built on the PPE platform, which is already using the electric Porsche Taycan
The company Lamborghini plans to release a new electric car with the landing formula “2 + 2”. The GT is expected to receive an all-electric powerplant. The design of the car will resemble a concept called Estoque, Autocar reports.
“If you look at the timing of the new model, then this is the best time to produce an all-electric car,” said Maurizio Reggiani, Lamborghini Technical Director.
Most likely, the novelty will be built on the PPE platform, which is already using the electric Porsche Taycan. According to unofficial data, the power reserve of the future model will exceed 560 kilometers. Acceleration to hundreds of cars will take no more than 3 seconds.
According to Reggiani, the process of creating a new car lasts at least four years. Thus, the development of the first Lamborghini electric car should start no later than 2021.
At the last Frankfurt Motor Show, Lamborghini unveiled its first ever hybrid sports car called Sian, which means lightning.
The car is based on the Aventador SVJ sports car. The composition of the hybrid power plant included a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine with a return of 775 horsepower.
This motor is also used on the Aventador SVJ. The unit works in conjunction with an electric motor with a capacity of 34 horsepower and a seven-speed automatic transmission. The total return of the car is 819 horsepower.
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