Lamborghini CEO Stefan Winkelmann has announced the carmaker’s electrification plans, including the release of two upcoming hybrid models and its roadmap for its first two electric vehicles (EVs). Despite Italy’s general opposition to the European Union’s plan for carbon neutrality by 2035, Lamborghini is committed to its plans to electrify every vehicle in its portfolio by the end of 2024.
Hybrid Models Coming Soon
During a presentation in Sant’Agata, Italy, Winkelmann confirmed that the Huracán’s successor will be a plug-in hybrid and will be released at the end of 2024. He also announced that the Urus SUV will switch to a hybrid powertrain in 2024.
First Two Electric Models
Lamborghini’s first EV will be a new model that will arrive in 2028 and will be completely electric. The second EV will be an all-electric successor to the current Urus and will arrive in 2029. Winkelmann’s announcement confirms Lamborghini’s commitment to electrification and its determination to be a leader in sustainable luxury vehicles.