Lamborghini confirms the appearance of hybrid cars Huracan and Urus in 2024

Lambo CEO Stefan Winkelmann also said that the all-electric Urus and another unknown electric car will arrive before the end of the decade.

Lamborghini CEO Stefan Winkelmann has confirmed that the successor to the Huracan will arrive at the end of 2024 as a plug-in hybrid.
Winkelmann confirmed that the Urus SUV will also change to a plug-in hybrid in 2024.

Lamborghini will introduce two electric cars by the end of the decade; The first will arrive in 2028, followed by the electric Urus in 2029.

Although Italy generally opposes the EU’s plan to become carbon neutral by 2035, one well-known car manufacturer is promoting its own energy efficiency plan. Lamborghini CEO Stefan Winkelmann recently unveiled two upcoming hybrid models and laid out a roadmap for the first two electric vehicles.

Lamborghini hybrid on the road

Last Friday, during a presentation in Sant’Agata, Italy, Winkelmann told reporters that the Huracán’s successor will arrive at the end of 2024 and will be a plug-in hybrid.

This news comes courtesy of our brother publication Road & Track, which also reported that Winkelmann said the Urus SUV will convert to a plug-in hybrid in 2024. “Then we will design the Urus as a hybrid in 2024,” Winkelmann told reporters.

“At the end of 2014, the new Huracán will be on the market.”

A Lamborghini spokesperson confirmed to Car and Driver today that Winkelmann’s statements are true.


It will also come with the first electric Lambo

We know Winkelmann is bullish about electric vehicles since we spoke to him personally in 2021.

His R&B’s comments are consistent. T with what he said at the time, when Lamborghini announced plans to eventually electrify all the cars in its portfolio. From the year 2024.

What we learned today – from the R&M’s report. T and immediate confirmation from a company spokesperson – are Lamborghini’s official plans for its first two electric models.

Winkelmann is reported to have said, “In ’28 and ’29, we’ll have our first two BEVs.” \ “The first full-fledged BEV will be in 2028. And in 2029 it will be a new Urus.”

Simply put, Lamborghini’s first electric vehicle will be an unknown car arriving in 2028. Its second electric vehicle will be an electric successor to the current Urus, coming in 2029.

It’s not Lamborghini’s first hybrid rodeo

It’s worth noting that when Lamborghini unveils the hybrid version of the Aventador,

it won’t be the company’s first hybrid rodeo. We recently learned that the Aventador’s successor (used with internal code LB744) will be powered by a plug-in hybrid V-12 that produces up to 1,001 horsepower.

It has three electric motors, two of which are up front and one integrated into the eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

Lamborghini is also getting into motorsports, with an entry into the LMDH Championship in 2024 as it prepares for a hybrid future.

In 2021, Lamborghini sold a very limited number of the Sián, an 808-hp V-12 hybrid based on the Aventador.

Hopefully, the Italian brand has made progress with hybrid technology since then, as the city Sián matches the Aventador combined in mpg, while getting lower mpg (14 vs. 15) in its street number. . Not well, Roberto.