Traditionally, car manufacturers such as Lamborghinithe Ferrari and the Maserati are known for powerful, noisy and large-capacity enginesbuilding some of the fastest and most impressive supercars and hypercars which every one adores petrolhead. And yet, even the specific manufacturers are preparing, at least gradually, to move to the era of electrification.
THE Lamborghini announced her plans for the remainder of the current decadeconfirming what the following are in part or in full electrified products as well as their release dates. The company's path to electrification began last year, when it presented the first HPEV (High Performance Electrified Vehicle) model in its history, the powerful Revuelto.
The same year, pulled the cover from Lanzador as wellwhich will be its harbinger first purely electric venture of the Italianswhich, according to them, will reach the 2028.
However, before that, it's h's turn hybrid version of the Urus, which has already appeared several times in front of the lenses of spy photographers and is expected to premiere before the end of 2024. The same applies to him Huracan replacement, i.e. the company's second HPEVas he calls it.
Having already mentioned her production version of Lanzadorthe next time “station” is the 2029whenever the Lamborghini will present it its first all-electric Super SUV. Given that this is the company's description of Urusit is possible that the aforementioned model is its electric version, but this remains to be confirmed by the Italians themselves.
This strategy comes after several years important financial records for the automotive industry. For example, the Lamborghini Revuelto is already out of stock for the next two years.
The 2023the Italians not only managed to increase their sales and profits, at a time when the global automotive scene is plagued by political and economic instability and problems in productionbut they recorded sales records, surpassing them 10,000 deliveries, a goal that since the first half of the year seemed more than achievable. The company from Sant'Agata Bolognese lives “golden” times and does not hide it.
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