Lamborghini Set an all-time delivery record in 2021, and nearly all of its production capacity for 2022 has already been talked about. According to a recent report, it plans to maintain momentum by releasing four new models in 2022, including updated variants of its best-selling products.
Talk to British magazine Car, Lamborghini boss Stephan Winkelmann revealed that 2022 will be the last year the company launches only cars powered by internal combustion engines; everything that happens after that will be a mixture or electric. We’re not there yet, though, and Lamborghini has some interesting non-electric products in its development. We will see two evolutions of Huracán, the executive confirmed and we guess that a model inspired by rally that our spies had detected the test in the snowy regions of Europe. It looks like the V10-powered coupe will take inspiration from The concept of Sterrato (pictured) launched in June 2019.
At the other end of the Raging Bull spectrum, the best seller Urus Will receive Its first major update since its launch in 2017. The catch is that Winkelmann says that “the upgrade will be split in two.” Could a hybrid model be used? Time will answer.
Those are the four new models Lamborghini will unveil in 2022 – unless the company has other surprises. Enthusiasts wait AventadorThe successor will need to be patient as it doesn’t expire until 2023, according to the same report. When it lands, it will pack dip into the mixture The powertrain is built around a new naturally aspirated V12 engine. Separate reports claim that the model will be its own thing; it will not borrow styling cues from Sián introduced in 2019 or from Countach was born and sold out in 2021.
“And then, in 2024, we’ll have the next Urus and Huracán products, [and they’ll be] The plug-in hybrid cars, Winkelmann said. Car Which engine will power the Huracán’s replacement, but the publication surmises that the model will ditch the posh V10 and downsize to a V8. Interestingly, the eight-cylinder engine is said to be developed in-house. It will have a 10,000 rpm red line and be capable of burning synthetic fuel. Unverified reports suggest that the total output of the hybrid system will be in the range of 850 hp.
Looking further ahead, the first battery-powered Lamborghini will join scope in the second half of the 2020s as the fourth model line. Here again, details with the factory stamp of approval are few and far between. We know EVs are in the planning stages.
“We’re still in the strategic planning process, we’re still in the aggregating stage of all the numbers. We’re looking at volume, we’re looking at geographic distribution, we’re looking at it. financially, all of this, but we have a pretty good idea of where this is going to end up. I’m pretty confident we’ll find a good solution, a good way to do it,” Winklemann summarizes.
He predicts that points like “setup, driving experience, brake, suspension and power-to-weight ratio “will be more important for EVs than it is for today’s Lamborghinis. What this will look like in showrooms has been published. A previous report. there claim that the battery-powered bull would take the form of a four-door sedan with 2+2 seats, but nothing is set in stone.