Winkelman also told the audience that the Huracan replacement will be a plug-in hybrid, just like its big brother. In fact, Lamborghini has already stated that its entire range will be electrified by 2024. This includes the upcoming Aventador replacement, the Huracan successor, and the upcoming Urus hybrid, also expected to be launched late in 2024.
We know the Aventador successor will be the first out of the gates, as its launch is imminent and Lambo has just announced its tri-motor hybrid V12 will produce 1,001 horsepower. Only then will we get our first proper look at Lamborghini’s electrification strategy, which in the case of the latter is a plug-in system targeting performance over electric range.
We’ll most likely see technology from Lambo’s endurance racing efforts, which ties in neatly with the most likely engine option for the Huracan successor.
- Lamborghini Huracan Successor Coming In 2024 With Plug-In Hybrid Power
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