2024 Lamborghini Urus PHEV: Raging Bull’s Electrified Evolution Spotted Testing

The new Urus was spotted with the usual full camouflage, hard to see wha'ts cooking but something is.


Lamborghini, a brand synonymous with raw, visceral, internal-combustion performance, is set to usher in a new era of electrification. The much-anticipated 2024 Lamborghini Urus PHEV has been sighted recently, marking the introduction of the first plug-in hybrid following the Revuelto in the Italian marque’s lineup.

Exterior Clues

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there is a new matrix-led headlamp and front grille design lying under the camouflage

The latest prototype provides a glimpse into the forthcoming Urus PHEV. The charging port will usually be visible on the driver-side rear fender (not visible through this thick camo), indicating its electrified prowess. The headlights will most likely also flaunt a new matrix LED design, ensuring enhanced brightness and precision. The most revealing difference will, however, lie in the front fascia, showcasing a unique design and a ventless hood. 

The rear is familiar yet distinctive, maintaining the quad-tipped tailpipes synonymous with the current model. This latest avatar is anticipated to be the most potent variant, with the existing lineup topping at 657 hp.

What we think will be under the hood

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quad-tipped tailpipes are still present in the 2024 urus phev

Underneath its aggressive appearance, the Urus PHEV is expected to house a turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 paired with a single electric motor, promising a horsepower range between 675 and 820. This arrangement will likely resemble the one powering the Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid, indicating that the Urus PHEV might surpass its non-electric counterpart’s performance.

Additionally, the 22-inch low-profile wheels shod with Bridgestone rubber, replacing the Pirelli P Zeros, suggest a shift towards reduced rolling resistance and improved all-weather performance. Still, the exact reasoning behind the tire swap still remains uncertain to us.

The Urus PHEV’s hybrid system may also play a significant role in the upcoming Huracán successor, marking the twilight of the V10 and the end of gas-only Lamborghinis. With the Urus continuing to be Lamborghini’s most popular model, the hybridized variant’s debut in 2024 is eagerly awaited. That said, we’re still waiting for more details and an official release date, but we’ve already learned a lot from these spy shots.

2024 Lamborghini Urus PHEV gallery