The fully electric Lamborghini will be launched soon
The fully electric Lamborghini will be launched soon

Italian car manufacturer Lamborghini (Lamborghini) announced its intention to launch the first fully electric car in the second half of this century.

With the introduction of the electrification plan, Lamborghini, owned by Volkswagen of Germany, has developed a roadmap to decarbonize its future models and its Italian plant center in Sant'Agata Bolognese.

She said: In the next decade, the company will move to the manufacture of hybrid cars and then launch fully electric vehicles in the second half of the twenties of the last century.

Lamborghini President and CEO stated that Lamborghini's Energy Plan is a new planning path necessary in a rapidly changing world as it hopes to do on its own by minimizing the impact of some environmental projects.

"Our response is a comprehensive plan that covers our products and locations and allows us to work towards a more sustainable future while preserving our genetics," he said.

The Lamborghini roadmap consists of three phases:

  •     The first phase: The company will continue to focus on prototypes of internal combustion engines in 2021 and 2022 and will announce the launch of two new V12 models this year.
  •     The second step: This step reflects the transition to a hybrid engine that will happen in late 2024. As a result, Lamborghini launched the first series of hybrid cars in 2023, and the group will be fully electrified by the end of 2024.
  •     The third stage: This stage is the first fully electric vehicle launched by Lamborghini on the market in the second half of this century.

When developing new technologies, Lamborghini's performance and original driving experience are always at the forefront of the company's engineers and technicians. The use of lightweight carbon fiber materials is essential to balance the vehicle's weight.

The company said its internal goal for the second phase is to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 50% by early 2025.

The move to hybrid engines includes the company's unprecedented investment of more than 1.5 billion euros ($ 1.83 billion) in four years, making it the largest investment in Lamborghini's history.

The company said: The second part of the contract is for fully electric cars, and technological innovations at this stage are aimed at ensuring excellent performance and placing new products at the forefront of similar products.

The head of Italian supercar maker Ferrari has said the electric prototype plan is a bit behind the roadmap of rival Ferrari and is preparing to launch its first battery-powered car in 2025.

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