Lamborghini will soon be rolling out it’s much promised fully electric vehicle. This hybrid SUV vehicle was first announced in 2012 and it is now finally ready to hit the road to consumers this coming year. The release comes at a time when many high end car manufacturers are competing to get their fully electric vehicles on market.
- Lamborghini bosses confirmed the company is planning to release a plug-in hybrid version of its Urus super-SUV, which should go on sale in 2018.
- Speaking to Autocar, Lamborghini chief of research and development Maurizio Reggiani said the Urus would be the brand’s first (and only) hybrid.
- The Urus plug-in will be sold alongside a more conventional sibling, powered by a twin-turbo 4.0L V-8.
“The Urus plug-in will be sold alongside a more conventional sibling, powered by a twin-turbo 4.0L V-8. Like its platform-mates, the Bentley Bentayga and Audi Q7, the Urus will feature a novel 48V electrical system, enabling active antiroll suspension and a host of other technologically advanced features.”