According to Stephan Winkelmann, CEO of Automobili Lamborghini, the first pure electric Lamborghini will be seen in 2027 or 2028, with the possibility of other models using synthetic fuel.
The attached picture of the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio (Italian for Third Millennium) was a futuristic electric concept introduced by Lamborghini and developed in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Switching from internal combustion-engined vehicles to full EVs seems inevitable for automakers, even those who build supercars or very high-end cars. This type of automaker seems less willing to go all-in on EVs as some mainstream brands have announced, but they will have to change and adapt to the times too.
Lamborghini is a powerful supercar brand characterised by bold styling, internal combustion, powerful, noisy engines. And understandably reluctant to give up on its heritage. But they will have to adapt, as will all carmakers.
Despite the pressure to change, Lamborghini are keen to keep producing and selling cars with Internal Combustion Engines, albeit fuelled with synthetically produced product in a carbon-neutral fashion)
Mr Winkelmann has eluded that there are likely to be four models in the range, two sports cars and two more versatile vehicles, whatever that means.
There are hopes that one of the two versatile vehicles could be 2+2 or a four-door version. Do you remember the Lamborghini Estoque back in 2008?
Lamborghini, quite correctly, is keeping their cards close to their chests. All we can expect for the next couple of years will be teasers and hints.