Lamborghini finally broke and announced the next all-electric car. When is the last time you saw a Lamborghini sale?
Lamborghini was hesitant to enter the all-electric vehicle. However, they finally got out of that stance and announced the next all-electric vehicle.
Italian supercar makers have long rejected the idea that battery-powered electric vehicles are a high-performance car option.
2018, Lamborghini Chief Technology Officer Maurizio Reggiani Said about the brand that makes electric cars:
Our goal is to deliver a super sports car, and these specifications do not exist in battery packages in terms of energy and power.
All-electric car: Lamborghini is on floor
Lamborghini has been reticent about going into all-electric vehicles. However, it’s now finally breaking from its stance and has announced an upcoming all-electric car.
For a long time, the Italian supercar maker has dismissed the idea of battery-electric vehicles being an option for high-performance cars.
Today, the automaker announced its roadmap for electrification.
Read: Why Tesla is the best.
As a matter of fact, Lamborghini is refinement, luxury, and perfection.
While it’s still mostly about hybrid power-trains, Lamborghini did confirm that it will have an all-electric car in the second half of the decade:
First fully-electric Lamborghini (second half of the decade): acceleration in the second part of the decade will be dedicated to full-electric vehicles, with the vision of a fourth model in the future. Once again, technological innovation in this phase will be oriented towards ensuring remarkable performance and positioning the new product at the top of its segment. This is how Lamborghini sees the culmination of this part of its journey: Cor Tauri, the brightest star in the constellation to which the company’s roadmap points, is represented by a fourth fully electric model.
Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann commented on the upcoming vehicle.
This will be at least a 2+2 or four-seater. We imagine a two-door car mainly at this moment, but we haven’t yet taken a final decision on the body style or the power output.
The executive said that development work has started.
The Bottom Line
This is late. Actually, I think this is very late, but Lamborghini has a few things going for it.
As part of the Volkswagen Group, the Italian brand can benefit from the other Volkswagen brands’ progress in electric vehicles.
Porsche and Audi’s PPE performance electric platform has expected to be a big help for Lamborghini.
The better you get, the less you run around showing off as a muscle guy. You know you wear regular shirts-not always trying to show off what you have. You talk less about it. It’s like you have a little BMW. You want to race the hell out of this car because you know it’s just going 110.
But if you see guys driving a Ferrari or a Lamborghini. They slide around at 60 on the freeway because they know if they press on that accelerator, they will go 170. These things are the same in every field.