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Crazy!! No More Combustion Engine Lambo

Published January 13, 2024 at 6:46 PM

Earlier this year, Lamborghini bid farewell to its iconic V-12 gas-powered supercars, marking a shift towards electric vehicles.

The Huracan and Urus models, the last gas-powered offerings, are now sold out. Lamborghini is steering away from fully gas-powered supercars, focusing on plug-in hybrids like the impressive Revuelto.

The Revuelto boasts a V12 engine and three electric motors, delivering 1,001 horsepower and a remarkable 0 to 60 mph in about 2.5 seconds.

While CEO Stephan Winkelmann envisions a potential return of internal combustion engines post-2030 using synthetic fuel technology, McLaren shares a similar outlook.

This approach could maintain traditional characteristics with a lower carbon footprint. However, the transition to synthetic fuel faces challenges compared to electric vehicles.

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Until then, Lamborghini exclusively offers plug-in hybrid supercars, anticipating its first fully electric model by 2030. As gas-powered supercars become scarce, classic Lamborghini models may command higher prices at auctions.

Explore the intriguing evolution of Lamborghini's strategy and its electrifying future. Read on for a closer look at the brand's dynamic shift.

Credits: The Manual
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