Lamborghini, a name synonymous with Italian supercars, is taking a significant step into the future of mobility by embracing electrification. Following the successful hybrid Revuelto, which marked the brand’s initial venture into hybrid technology, Lamborghini is gearing up to debut an all-electric concept car during the esteemed Monterey Car Week in California, running from August 18 to 20.
Lamborghini’s leap into the electric realm isn’t sudden. The first all-electric Lamborghini is set to hit the market in 2028. In preparation, the company is unveiling the concept of its first 100% electric car at Monterey Car Week, a prototype for the fourth series production car. The Lamborghini Electric Car Concept may be a four-seat GT, in line with recent developments like the Estoque and the Asterion.
According to the report, The electric concept will not be solely Lamborghini development, however. CEO Stephan Winkelmann has confirmed that the platform will share components with other Volkswagen Group members, such as Bentley and Porsche.
Future Electric Plans
Lamborghini’s upcoming electric 2+2 grand tourer, scheduled for 2028, will offer a new body style with fresh tech and numerous opportunities to redefine Lamborghini. It is speculated to resemble the four-door Estoque concept from 2008 and the two-door Asterion concept from 2014.
This electrification strategy extends beyond the concept car. Other Lamborghini models, like the Urus and the Huracan replacement, will too employ hybrid technology, with plug-in-hybrid powertrains expected by 2024. At the same time, the next-generation Urus could go fully electric by 2029.
Monterey Car Week 2023, set to kick off on Wednesday, August 16, will offer car enthusiasts a glimpse into the Italian supercar makers’ electrified future. The unveiling of the Lamborghini Electric Car Concept electric is a testament to the brand’s dedication to pushing the boundaries of automotive electrification.