Lamborghini spilled details on its electrification roadmap, as the Italian sports car company encompted EVS and paves the way for its first electric model. “Diezione Cor Tauri” or “to C8 Tauri” – which being the brightest star of the Taurus Constellation – Three-phase strategy Verra Lamborghini unveil its first hybrid series production model in 2023.
Before that, however, there is what the car manufacturer is a “celebration of the combustion engine” – even as it is preponderant for finally the key. In 2021, for example, there will be two new cars added to the Lamborghini V12 model range.
Starting from 2023, however, electrification will begin fully, with the first production car of the hybrid series. We have seen Lamborghini Sián Hypercar’s limited edition Give an idea of what it might look like, combines a V12 engine with an electrical driving for a total of 819 horses. Only 63 examples of Sián Layer have received the green light of production, but this next hybrid will be a pillar of the new Lamborghini range.
For the moment, there is no detail on what Lamborghini has in mind for his new hybrid. Nor, indeed, what model it could be based on. Nevertheless, it will only be the first of a total electrification flush: at the end of 2024, the company promises that the whole range will be electrified.
Of course, it will take investments with Lamborghini with more than 1.5 billion euros ($ 1.8 billion) over four years to push the hybrid transition. We will see an increase in things like carbon fiber with it, to help reduce weight and compensate what is probably a heavier transmission.
Overall, Lamborghini stated that it is to cut its CO2 emissions from producing in half, at the beginning of 2025.
It can be argued that the most enthusiasm comes in the second half of this decade. It is at this moment that Lamborghini plans to launch its first electric model, described as a fourth in its range. The EV will not be a signaling concession to the settlement of stricter emissions and requirements for greener conduct. Instead, Lamborghini says it will be “the brightest star of the constellation” with “remarkable performance” that puts the EV “at the top of its segment”.
The car-manufacturer flirted with front electrification plans, others more ambitious than others. Even back in 2016, Lamborghini executions were open to the idea of an EV, but emphasized challenges around the weight ratios and battery capacity. If the battery of your Lamborghini electric has lasted only for a single tower before charging, they reported the proposal of the entire car car.
The following year, however, the constructor alludes to the way this could address this challenge. The Lamborghini Terzo Millenno was a Hypercar concept, but he launched an ambitious collaboration with the researchers of the MIT new ways to store power and translate it into ridiculous speed.
Since then, we have seen developments in solid state batteries slowly begin to promote more density packets that move away from the disadvantage of weight. Nevertheless, it should be noted that Lamborghini does not say what segment his first first EV will aim to be the best. It is useless to guarantee that the first