LAMBO PIPELINE: 2020-2025

Motor (Australia) - - FEATURE | LAMBORGHIN­I HEADQUARTE­RS -

What’s on the drawing board at Sant’Agata?

CON­FIRMED

NEXT-GEN AVEN­TA­DOR 2022

Its VW Group over­lords wanted a turbo V8. Lam­borgh­ini fought to keep V12, and won. With a com­pact hy­brid mod­ule, power goes up to 630kW.

HU­RA­CAN SUPERTROFE­O 2022

Su­per-Hu­ra­can, with race-bred aero and very firm chas­sis set­tings.

HOT/HY­BRID URUS 2023

A faster Urus is a no-brainer, as is a plug-in hy­brid – handy for flee­taver­age CO2 to off­set the su­per­cars. But there’s no rush to mar­ket.

EVO PER­FOR­MANTE II 2023

A suc­ces­sor to 2017’s Hu­ra­can Per­for­mante, lev­elled-up by the Hu­ra­can Evo’s brainier com­put­ers.

NEXT-GEN HU­RA­CAN 2025

Shares new Aven­ta­dor’s car­bon chas­sis. Loses two cylin­ders to be­come a V8, pos­si­bly hy­brid.

STILL A POS­SI­BIL­ITY

HU­RA­CAN HY­BRID

Orig­i­nally slated for 2022 and still pos­si­ble, but a hy­bridised Hu­ra­can is on ice for now.

ELEC­TRIC HYPER­CAR

On the drawing board, tar­get 2030. Solid-state bat­ter­ies, co-de­vel­oped with Porsche, up to 1000kW and 1500Nm. Fin­gers crossed.

2+2 V8 GT

Lambo has been ab­sent from the front-en­gined GT mar­ket for yonks but its ri­vals have a foothold there. The sums need to add up.

HU­RA­CAN STERRATO

We love the Stratos-style crossover but Lambo is un­sure it will sell.

NO LONGER A THING EV COM­PACT SPORTS CAR

Con­sid­ered as a Uracco-badged twin for the next Porsche Cay­man but ain’t gonna hap­pen now.

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