Due Lamborghini by 2030. These are the plans of the CEO Stephan Winkelmann who plans a crossover 2+2 and – most likely – a zero-emission heir to the Urus. The first model is certainly the most interesting because, in addition to marking the company’s entry into the electric car area, it will allow the brand to expand its range and expand into a new segment.
Here’s how we imagine it.
A revolution called Revuelto
According to what has been collected in recent months, the crossover could be called Scrambled and build on the forms of the Estoque concept seen in 2008.
Although the cockpit should have a 2 + 2 configuration (to keep the sporty footprint to the maximum), the car body it could remain aesthetically linked to the Urus, albeit with innovative aesthetic solutions. In this regard, the words of Half Borkert (head of Lamborghini design) who had declared that the next models “will look like spaceships”.
Thus, the Revuelto would maintain a direct link with the family feeling of the House by also adopting a new style of lights and grille. These last two aspects could be inherited from the next supercars of the Toro – including the new generation Lamborghini Huracan and the heir of the Lamborghini Aventador – which will be launched between 2023 and 2024.
Exclusive and (as much as possible) light
Of course, the Lamborghini electric crossover project is still in an embryonic stage and it is difficult to imagine exact performance or positioning on the market. The fact is that, again according to some rumors, the Lamborghini could have a prezzo starting above 300,000 euros and thus being even more exclusive than the Urus.
Furthermore, the crossover should focus on a new structure in carbon fiber. It is no coincidence that Lamborghini plans to invest a good chunk of its 1.5 billion euro plan for electrification in the creation of new chassis. This will be a fundamental step to preserve the driving experience typical of the Toro models and to compensate for the increase in weight due to batteries and technological systems.
Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.
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