There is no longer any doubt that the future of the car is electric. Even for those who thought that the roar of gasoline-powered engines would be reserved for speed lovers and hobbyists. sports cars, there are few signs that this will continue.
And the new plan of Lamborghini cars it is more of a lime shovel on the subject. On Monday, the 17th, the manufacturer revealed what its plan will be for this decade, and without news, electric cars will be the major focus of the automaker.
By the end of 2024, the luxury brand plans to launch hybrid versions, with engines that split between gasoline and electricity. After that, in mid-2027, it will launch its first fully electric model.
This means that versions with plug-in plugs for the Aventador, Huracán and Urus models will arrive in the next three years. And sometime before 2030, the Italian automaker will have its full line of battery-powered cars.
Like other sports car companies, Lamborghini took a long time to express itself on how it viewed the electric market, fearing mainly the rejection of its loyal customers who crave the noisy V8 and V12 engines.
So, as the main markets of the brand in the world are concerned with the effects of combustion cars and electric vehicles proving that torque and speed are areas that dominate, it is up to consumers to say if Lamborghini is in the right direction.
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