The last combustion-only Lamborghini will be the Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae, then the brand’s entire range will be electrified in 2024, CEO Stephan Winkelmann has said.
2+2 GT: Lamborghini continues to work on an electric vehicle in the form of a 2+2 GT, in cooperation with Porsche and Audi. The vehicle will likely take advantage of Volkswagen Group’s new SSP architecture. It is unlikely to reach the U.S. before 2026.
Urus: Lamborghini’s volume model will undergo a reengineering to accommodate a plug-in hybrid powertrain in early 2023. The brand introduced the Performante trim on the SUV for 2023, with engineers squeezing an additional 16 hp from the twin-turbo V-8 to lift the power rating to 657 hp while reducing overall weight by 104 pounds, giving it a 0-to-62-mph time of 3.3 seconds, Lamborghini said. The Urus Performante’s upgraded powertrain also delivers 627 pound-feet of torque.
Plug-in hybrid: The Aventador’s successor will be a plug-in hybrid model with a V-12 engine, and is expected to arrive in the second half of 2023. It is unclear whether the brand will keep the Aventador name — history would suggest a new nameplate.
Huracan: A reengineered Huracan is expected to arrive in 2024, according to sources. As with the rest of the lineup, the V-10 engine will undergo hybridization as part of the process.