Next year, Lamborghini will produce its first electrified vehicle.
The manufacturer gives details on the Huracan plug-in hybrid.
Lamborghini will begin its electrification next year with the arrival of the new Huracan. As confirmed by its technical director, it will receive a rechargeable hybrid engine.
“The engine will be plug-in hybrid, and that will be a big step up in performance. The engine will be specific to Lamborghini,” Rouven Mohr told Auto Express. “I can’t give more details, but there will be more than six cylinders, and less than 12.”
Since Lamborghini has maintained this architecture, the V8 or V10 option remains. The question is whether Huracan will replace the existing heat engine base. The firm of Sant’Agata Bolognese would then apply its settings and offer him some specific parts.
In this case, the engine of the future Urus PHEV could be suitable since it will be based on a V8. A second option would be to electrify the current block of the Huracan, a 5.2-liter V10.
Finally, the last possibility, which corresponds with the words of Mohr, will be a whole new engine. There are some rumors going in that direction, reporting blocks that Lamborghini will fully design.
This one could display the power of 850 horsepower. The answer will not be long since Lamborghini should present the Huracan PHEV next year.